Which new feature do you like most in iOS 6?

Which new feature do you like most in iOS 6?
Apple lifted the veil over the sixth edition of iOS today, and, while it doesn't bring any major interface changes, it does introduce over 200 novelties, big and small, so we wanted to ask you which of the announced features you like the most.

The big one is, of course, Maps, which in iOS 6 is divorcing Google's navigational software completely for Apple's in-house solution, but we also got Siri learning new tricks, some new and useful apps like Passbook for organizing your travel, shopping and entertainment tickets, coupons and passes, as well as upgrades to default apps like Safari, Mail, Phone and Photos.

A ton of new accessibility features got introduced with iOS 6, and also a number of enhancements for China like Siri learning Mandarin and Cantonese, and Baidu search plus Pinyin writing. Which one of those newcomers do you fancy?

Which new feature do you like most in iOS 6?

Maps with 3D view and Siri-guided turn-by-turn navigation
45.95%
Siri gets to be a sports, movie and dining out buff, launches apps and learns new languages
11.37%
Passbook serves as a virtual hub for all your coupons, tickets and vouchers
4.83%
Deep Facebook integration
13.08%
Shared Photo Streams
0.62%
Facetime works over cellular data connection now
12.46%
Phone app's Do Not Disturb and Call Reminder features
5.45%
Mail's VIP inbox and easy multimedia attachments
0.93%
Safari's iCloud Tabs and offline reading list
1.56%
Features for China like Baidu and Pinyin writing integration, plus Siri's Mandarin and Cantonese
1.71%
Extra accessibility features like Guided Access
2.02%

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