Infinite Flight has been updated to version 1.5, this update brings 2 new airplanes (Airbus A330-300 with 8 liveries and the P-38 Lightning), one new scenery (Oshkosh), Multitouch support, more runway types, cockpit camera panning and some bug fixes.
The Airbus A330-300 is available as an in-app purchase, the P-38 and Oshkosh Scenery are available for free. The Oshkosh scenery was added to coincide with the 2012 EAA Airventure Oshkosh event happening this week in Wisconsin.
With Infinite Flight, pilots can practice their arrival procedure to the field or have fun doing airshow routines in the P-38 or the Spitfire in the sky above the Oshkosh airport.
Another big upgrade for this version is Multitouch support, It was one of the most requested features. Prior versions did have support for multitouch in functions like Pinch-To-Zoom but lacked the ability to control the rudder and throttle at the same time. Infinite Flight 1.5 now enables this feature for all devices and platforms.
Added Multitouch support
Added button to restore purchases in the settings page
Added camera motion (panning + zoom) in Virtual Cockpit
Added the P-38 Lighting with Virtual Cockpit (Free)
Added the Airbus A330-300 with 8 Liveries (Lufthansa, Cathay, Swiss, Korean, Delta, Air Canada, Scandinavian, and Unmarked) (Paid)
Added House Colors livery to the A340-600
Added new Oshkosh Scenery (Free)
Added support for Runway Types (Asphalt, Concrete, Grass, Dirt)
About Infinite Flight:
Infinite Flight for iOS is a universal app that runs on iPhone 4 & 4s, iPad 1 & 2 & 3 and iPod Touch 4th Generation. (It is also available for Windows Phone, without the In App Purchases). Priced at $4.99, it features multiple airplanes, realistic physics simulation, heads up display, autopilot, 3 regions with 200+ airports, configurable time & weather settings, tutorials, logbook and more.