Apple has posted an update for the iPhone and iPod touch. The 2.2 version adds several features to both devices, as well as a host of security and stability improvements.
Users will now be able to use the Google Street View function on the built-in Maps application on the iPhone, allowing users to navigate city maps at street-level mode.
The 2.2 update also ads the ability to download podcasts directly through iTunes. Apple had blocked any App Store submissions which attempted to download podcasts, much to the anger of users.
Apple also issued several patches to help shore up security, addressing 12 vulnerabilities across both devices. Impacts from the flaws range from SMS message information disclosure weaknesses in the emergency call feature, to remote code execution flaws in the iPhone's handling of image files and web pages.
Users can obtain the update for both devices through iTunes. The updates will be offered when the user syncs the device with a Mac or PC.
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