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Apple released a beta version of iOS 6, its new operating system for iPhones and iPads, to developers today.And we got to test it out!
iOS 6 won’t be available to the public until later this fall, so this is will be your only preview until then.
Keep reading for our full screenshot tour.
You'll notice a few changes in the main Settings menu. First of all, you can toggle Bluetooth on and off right up front.
There are also some advanced privacy settings. This menu will help you control what apps have access to your information.
When you sign in to Facebook, you can sync your calendar events, photos, contacts, and favourite apps.
You can also send a tweet or Facebook update from the Notification centre. Let's try a Facebook post.
Apple completely redesigned the Maps app in iOS. The 3D view is disabled for now, so let's see what else the app can do...
Public transportation directions aren't enabled, so Maps has to recommend other apps you can use. Unfortunately, this feature is disabled right now.
You get this really cool photo slideshow at the top of a venue description. From here you can browse through reviews and photos. It's really, really nice.
Here are some more Yelp photos of the Central Park Zoo. If you want more, the button at the bottom will direct you to Yelp's website.
Passbook is a new app that lets you make payments with gift cards. It also stores tickets to concerts, sporting events, and travel. Since we're using a beta product, there's no way to test Passbook right now.
You now have new options when getting a call. Swipe the phone icon on the right to see what's new...
You can auto-reply with a text message or set a reminder to call the person back later. Let's send a message.
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