One of the key limitations of iOS is about to become history. Beginning with iOS 6.0, you’ll be able to upload media files directly from mobile Safari, according to iDownloadBlog.
Apple’s next iOS includes broader support for standard HTML elements. This includes “a regular HTML input element used on literally every site that requires any form of media upload.”
As an example, iDownloadBlog offers this step-by-step. On your iOS 6.0 beta-powered iDevice do the following:
- Go to m.facebook.com in Safari and log in
- Tap the icon in the upper left, scroll to the bottom and hit the Desktop Site link
- Go to your Timeline by tapping on your profile name in the upper right
- Tap the Photo link, then Upload Photo / Video and then hit the Choose File button
This is huge news and a vast improvement over iOS 5.0. As we find additional iOS 6.0 enhancements you might might have missed, we’ll let you know.
As a reminder, iOS 6.0 will likely be released to the general public in September or October. Currently, the first iOS 6.0 beta is being tested by Apple and by third-party developers.
What are you most excited about seeing in iOS 6.0?
Source and Photo: iDownloadBlog