Developers testing iPhone 3.0 beta have discovered further evidence of voice control coming to the OS.
System files in the 3.0 beta suggest a framework called "Jibbler" may introduce voice-enabled navigation of the iPhone OS, sources told ArsTechnica. When a user dictates a command, for example, Jibbler could theoretically launch an app in the iPhone's SpringBoard, or perform a search with Spotlight, a newly announced systemwide search tool.
The exact function of Jibbler has yet to be confirmed. However, voice control is looking more likely: In early April, developers testing an earlier version of the 3.0 beta discovered a configuration file called "Voice Control."