Apple to integrate LinkedIn support in iOS 7
Apple will add to the brand new iOS 7 operating system native support for business social network LinkedIn, reports 9to5Mac.
The emergence of Twitter buttons in iOS showed impressive results – namely, a 25 percent increase in the number of registered users. The important role was played by the usability of the service. Login to your account, the owner of an iPhone or iPad can post “tweets”, links and pictures, without making any additional settings.
In iOS 6 integrates two social networks – Twitter and Facebook. However, according to 9to5Mac, Apple plans to add the operating system iOS 7, in addition to Vimeo, Flickr, support for one more social service – LinkedIn. Citing found in the first test firmware code, the publication writes that, by analogy with the services of Twitter and Facebook, in the settings of the new mobile platform will be a special section for data entry accounts LinkedIn, which will share information with friends and colleagues without additional configuration.
The presentation of iOS 7 was held on June 10 at the conference WWDC 2013, after which the beta build of the system developers have received. The new platform, Apple users first see their own ideas last October with design the graphical interface design tean led by Jonathan Ive.
Now it is questionable whether there will be integration of LinkedIn in the final version of iOS 7. 9to5Mac mentiones that in a check with iOS 5 additionally had traces of the social community Fb, however Apple didn’t add give a boost to carrier to the iPhone and iPad prior to the discharge of iOS 6. The brand new upcoming Apple iOS 7 will probably be free up to the general public this Fall