Apple will start filtering web-apps from its browser to "enhance the web browsing experience and to shields its customers from potentially harmful web content".
Apple users will bitch and bitch and bitch, but in the end, they'll line up for the new Apple iPhone 3.1GS, which is identical to the 3GS, but comes with a second camera embedded within the device, which can only be used to take dark, grainy pictures of the inaccessible interior. Apple faithful will praise the companies ingenuity for placing a camera "where its competitors are simply too scared to put it". Apple will sell another million iPhones that day, AT&T will extend new contracts (4-year minimum + $90/mo data plan) A software issue with the new camera will prevent sending the pictures taken on the second camera via MMS, and people will complain they can't send pics of their iPhone to their friends iPhone. Apple admits the second camera was just a gimmick, but iPhone users demand to be able to send pictures taken on it via MMS, and Apple, begrudgingly, release iPhone OS 3.2.2 to handle the correct the issue. Tom's releases article lambasting the lack of feature updates, but praises everything that already existed in the phone.