In the coming days, we’ll be highlighting all of the new features coming with iOS 6.0. In the meantime, here are some of the features that you might not have heard about.
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Your surfing experience is about to get even better with iOS 6.0. Coming this fall, you’ll be able to use iCloud Tabs, which keeps track of which pages you have open on all of your devices. Additionally, Mobile Safari will also including your very own Reading List, which are saved Web pages, not just links.
Your virtual iOS stores are getting a makeover. These include a redesigned iTunes Store, App Store, and iBookstore. Best of all, with iCloud, your store preview history will always be up to date on all of your devices!
Shared Photo Streams
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Now you can share just the photos you want, with just the people you choose. To do so, simply select the photos you want from the Photo app, then tap the Share button. Friends using iCloud on an iOS 6.0 iDevice or a Mac running OS X Mountain Lion will get their photos delivered automatically in the Photos apps or iPhoto application.
With VIP, you’ll never again miss an important message from those closest to you. Additionally, Apple has now made it easier to add photos and videos to your email messages. Plus, to refresh your mailboxes, all you have to do is swipe down using your fingers.
Apple's new Lost Mode lets an owner send a phone number to a missing iDevice. Then, when someone finds your iPhone, for example, all they have to do is tap on the message to call you back.
Other new features
Additionally, we're planning on looking more into other minor new features coming with iOS 6.0. These include Voiceover improvements, custom vibrations for alerts, and alarm with songs. Stay tuned!
Which iOS 6.0 features are you most excited about?