iPhone OS 4.0: Apple Removes Google Branding From Mobile Safari Search, “Rate To Delete” For Apps

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In what could be seen as further testimony to these rumors, folks at iLounge have noted that Apple has made a subtle change in the newly released beta version of
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users might have also noticed this change. It is not clear if the decision has been taken to reflect potential new partnerships that Apple may forge in the future or is merely a move to do away with the Google branding on iPhone 's mobile Safari web browser. As you may know, Google and Apple have
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Apple has apparently incorporated several other subtle changes in iPhone OS 4.0. Apple has removed the ”
” feature that prompts iPhone and iPod Touch users to rate an iPhone app when they choose to delete it from their iDevice. Developers have long argued that such a feature tends to skew the app rating process since only users who wish to delete the
are asked to rate and not those who choose to retain the application.
in iPhone OS 4.0, they are nevertheless indicative of the interesting developments that one can expect with Apple 's partnerships with third party service providers and how the user experience may change consequently.
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