iPhone OS 4.0 Secrets: Faces and more in Photos app

iPhone OS 4.0 Secrets: Faces and more in Photos app

www.tuaw.com
Filed under: iPhone Looks like the iPhone OS 4.0 update will bring ever more Desktop-class features into the mobile sphere. An anonymous TUAW tipster has sent in the following photos, showing several new features in action. These include Faces for iPhone, e-mail resizing options, and a kick-ass assets editor that...
iPhone OS 4.0 Secrets: Faces and more in Photos app
                               

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image description felix

Huh, I'd love to see folders or tagging for photos, too.

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