Wednesday, March 18th, 2009

iPhone 3.0 now with SquirrelFish Extreme?

Category: iPhone, JavaScript, Mobile

<p>James Churchman did a quick bit of detective work and pointed the iPhone 3.0 simulator on the WebKit detector that we blogged about in the past.

The new showed this:

Compared to the old version:

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Posted by Dion Almaer at 10:12 am
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Aren’t we risking the wrath of Apple if we publish stuff like this.
I’ve noticed a lot of stuff but after clicking through that agreement I think I’ll stick to the nda.

Besides experience says its good to be on there good side, if you want to get into any private betas. Just my opinion.

btw. This is really cool, but not unexpected. and more plesant surprises if you watch the getting started videos closely.

Comment by michelle21 — March 18, 2009

In safari 4 I discovered that the select onchange event does not fires. SquirrleFish is Safari 4?

Comment by Aimos — March 18, 2009

Don’t you mean Nitro ;)

Comment by JonBad — March 18, 2009

I ran a quick and dirty test on iPhone 3.0 and it’s 3x – 10x faster than 2.0.
http://waynepan.com/2009/03/24/iphone-30-javascript-performance/

Comment by waynep — March 24, 2009

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