Customize your Home screen.
iPhone makes it possible to rearrange the icons on your Home screen, so the applications you use the most are always front and center. You can also swap the icons in and out of the Dock and add up to eight Home screen pages.
iTunes movie rentals to go.
Movie rentals have come to iTunes. Now you can download movies on your Mac or PC, then watch them on your iPhone. You’ll have 30 days to view a movie and 24 hours to finish once you start. iPhone displays the time remaining on your rental, lets you navigate through a movie by chapters, and supports multiple languages.
The newest version of Maps allows you to find your approximate location using information from Wi-Fi networks and cell towers. Drop a pin on the map then drag it to a specific location to get directions and real-time traffic information and search for nearby points of interest. The new Hybrid map view lets you see major street names on top of satellite imagery.
Create Web Clips.
iPhone lets you create Web Clips of your favorite websites and web apps, then add them to your Home screen for easy, one-tap access. You now have up to nine Home screen pages for your Web Clips and can organize them however you like.
One text to everyone.
Need to tell several coworkers you just changed a meeting room? Or text a group of friends the time to meet for dinner? Now iPhone lets you send the same text message to multiple people and an update to the same group with just one tap.
Music and lyrics.
You can use gift codes to purchase music, movies, and more from the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store on your iPhone. And if you have lyrics in your iTunes music library, iPhone can display them.
Ratatouille is available on iTunes. Ratatouille © Disney/Pixar. All rights reserved.
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