iOS 6 Coverage Center
Want to know all about the just-announced iOS 6? Good, because this post is all about our iOS 6 coverage - below you'll find links to our news posts, detailed explanations of the new features, and even our meta-liveblog, for those who want to see how the whole WWDC 2012 went.
There is a good number of major features announced alongside iOS 6, and we've made sure to cover all of those for you. What would you like to know about?
- iOS 6 is announced: 200 new features
- Siri learns new tricks in iOS 6 and comes to the new iPad, will launch apps and tell you that LeBron is taller than Kobe
- Apple replaces Google for its own Maps app with 3D view and voice-guided navigation
- iOS 6 brings deep Facebook integration
- First-gen iPad not getting iOS 6 update, Apple confirms
- iOS 6 coming to older iPhone and iPad models, but not with all of its features
- iOS 6 enables FaceTime calls over 3G or 4G
- iOS 6: the new features
- Tim Cook: 30 billion apps downloaded from the App Store to date
- iOS 6 release date set for Fall, beta available today
- Here is how iOS evolved over the past 6 years
- Apple posts WWDC 2012 keynote video
- Which new feature do you like most in iOS 6?
- iOS facts and figures touted at WWDC 2012 keynote
- Apple WWDC 2012 keynote: meta-liveblog
- Safari is faster on iOS 6, according to benchmarks
1. e.wvu (unregistered) posted on 11 Jun 2012, 16:22 5 2
It's funny that the last 14+ posts are all about iOS 6. Phone Arena must be really excited right now. But thanks anyway for making this posts. Makes it a lot quicker to see all the iOS 6 features...
3. HTCFreak posted on 12 Jun 2012, 00:28 6 0
Well, they also did it with the SG3 and Android 4.0/Galaxy Nexus, so they always do that...
2. moronman66 posted on 11 Jun 2012, 23:03 2 0
I really would like to see a comprehensive list of all of the 200 new features, if you guys could get a link to that somehow, that would be pretty cool, but other than that, good job on the coverage so far.
4. bobfreking55 posted on 12 Jun 2012, 00:45 0 0
iOS really needs a redesign. If Apple won't do it, I'll do it.
7. hltechie posted on 13 Jun 2012, 15:09 0 0
It doesn't look like it...
6. vslayer posted on 12 Jun 2012, 09:25 0 2
hahaha most of the features of IOS 6 copied from windows phone whew..........
8. sipha posted on 18 Jun 2012, 08:39 1 0
They should have called it iO5.1... This is a minor update at best, iO is getting borring.. Its too predictable, its even got unpredictable that it would be so predictable....
9. Zachbell1998 posted on 19 Jun 2012, 17:26 0 0
Official that the iPhone 5 is coming out on September