Apple's iOS 4.1 update offers both bug fixes (tweaks to the proximity sensor, Bluetooth, iPhone 3G reception issues)
and a host of new features. With iOS 4.1, users will get access to the following new offerings: * 99-cent TV show rentals and Ping in iTunes * Game Center, which offers enhanced multiplayer gaming. Macworld writes, "Not only will Game Center make great games easier to find, but there will be new social features for gamers to utilize such as notifications, streaming video, leader boards, and stats. Developers can look forward to get more promotion for their games, and players can more easily learn about these games from their friends' recommendations." * High Dynamic Range (HDR) photos (for iPhone 4 only). "This photo mechanism snaps three stills and combines them to create the perfect photo depending on lighting, shadows, and other photo-altering elements," 9to5Mac explains. "To enable HDR just click the HDR button on top of the Camera apps' interface. You can choose whether the camera will save just the HDR version of the photo or the standard version as well." * HD video uploading via WiFi
my face has stopped accidentally choosing screen options during conversations.