Apple has announced at an event that iOS 6 will appear on September 19. Or, in the meantime a Golden Master of iOS 6 for developers remains unclear when it will be released. During the iOS presentation in June, Apple especially functions that during WWDC earlier this year even though the works were done. iOS 6 is the latest version of the operating system for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The new software update can be installed on the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad 2, iPad third generation and the fourth generation iPod touch. On the iPhone 5 is likely to have iOS 6 pre-installed.
Apple iOS 6 claims to bring more than two hundred innovations. This includes Apple’s own mapping service with 3D maps, tab-sync via iCloud, Facebook integration and improvements in Mail (VIPs, pull-to-refresh), a Do Not Disturb button, FaceTime over 3G and passbook, an app that allows several steps you can store on your iPhone.
The YouTube application from iOS 6 will no longer be used. To replace the application does YouTube earlier this week a separate YouTube app released in the App Store.
Apple announced iOS at WWDC in June 2012 for the first time. Then a beta available, enabling developers registered with Apple could start. There are currently four beta versions of iOS 6 appeared. Apple is normally called a Golden Master version before the final version is rolled out to users. There was nothing said about it during the presentation.
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