So! Have you gotten yourself iOS 4 yet? If you haven’t, here’s what you need to know to get it. First, look at your device. If it’s the iPhone 3G, 3GS, or by some chance the unreleased iPhone 4 (contact me if you have it), then you’d be good to go. For precautions back up your files when plugging in your iPhone to iTunes (9.2 is the requirement), and new iPod Touch owners should also be in luck. The build’s reference number is 8A293, just to be sure that it’s the real thing and brings the iBooks app, Bluetooth wireless keyboard support, multitasking, unified email inbox, and folders, much like Android 2.1 and 2.2. Apparently, Apple and Steve Jobs claims that the new iOS has 1,500 new features, so I’ll let you live through the glory to find out all of them, yourself.