Yesterday Apple released beta 4 of the iPhone 3.2 SDK. During the first sweeps of the SDK, there was nothing new as compared to the previous beta, until today when users located new gesture references.
Located inside the gestures folder of the new SDK, two new types of gesture commands have been found. The gestures were not present in the last iPhone 3.2 SDK beta 3 and are labeled 3Tap.plist and LongPress.plist.
In short, 3Tap.plist means a new 3 tap gesture and LongPress.plist simply indicates a long press gesture command.
It is likely that these gestures will show up in the release version of the iPad 3.2 firmware. However, the new gestures could also skip 3.2 and debut in a 4.0 release.
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