Alongside the release of iTunes 10.1 and a newly revised build of iOS 4.2 GM for iPad, Apple has today also released a further preview of Xcode 4 to developers of the ADC. The release comes exactly one month after preview 4 was unleashed.
MacRumors reported yesterday that Jobs reportedly replied to an e-mail sent to him from television post-production consultant Dustyn Gobler, in which he was asked if he thought it was required for Apple to disclose it’s future roadmap for it’s professional application suites, due to the ever-evolving industry people like Gobler work in.
Fire up the grill and grab those devices! – It’s an epic … grilling, between the G2, HTC Surround (WP7), and the iPhone 4.
This guy was serious. Real serious.
In a post-release tidbit, our good friend Federico over at MacStories notes that iTunes 10.1 now allows the turning off of Apple’s iTunes Ping music-discovery service. To turn the service off simply head on over to iTunes Preferences then un-tick the ‘Ping’ check box under “Show”.