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Dec172009

1.3.5 confirmed by Palm, the update we have been waiting for?

 

Today at Palm's earnings call, Jon Rubinstein confirmed what we all have expected. 1.3.5 to hit sometime this month. With it we can expect the app limit to finally be removed, improved performance on the Pixi, enhanced WiFi and App performance, and improved battery life. Does this mean the GPU has been finally tapped into? Doubt it, but we can expect some optimizations and if they are really good enough to improve performance and battery life. Well then we will be some happy campers. Palm mentioned improved overall performance and responsiveness on the Pixi and not the Palm Pre. Hopefully us Pre users don't get left out because performance on our devices is less then optimal. Palm don't forget the people who waited in line on day one! That's all I am saying... Palm.

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Reader Comments (4)

Well said Daniel! I was one of those day 1 people myself!

December 17, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterKris

People forget to realise that, we're getting flash FLASH also. I love my PRE and that's it. Verizon is welcome because,it' will open up more customers for them,and more PRE sales..which will be good for PALM.The app catalog is growing fast, i suspect at the end of this month we gonna get 1.3.5, FLASH, and a new official app catalog.Not the beta one now,but a whole new one for a worldwide release.Remember he said thousands of more news apps will be coming,with new developers.

December 18, 2009 | Unregistered Commentercyber4111

Are apps independent of carrier? In other words, if an app is available, will it run on any carrier (sprint, V, etc?)

December 23, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterBob F

Better question is when is the Sprint Exclusive period going to be over. It is killing the Pre here in the 'States.

December 24, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMark T

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