Android is better! iPhone is better! The Google vs. Apple argument goes back and forth without really getting anywhere.With that in mind, here are some of the best features from iOS 6, the latest operating system for iPhones and iPads.
Lest you think we’re taking sides, tomorrow we’ll run a similar list of features that will make you want to quit your iPhone and go to Android.
Post photos directly from your Photo Roll to your Facebook account and sync contacts with people's contact data on Facebook.
Facebook isn't the only way to share. iOS 6 introduces a redesigned sharing screen and the ability to instantly blast something interesting to your Twitter or Facebook account.
Apple skipped NFC, a short-range wireless technology used in mobile payments, on the iPhone 5. In its place, it offered the Passbook app. It's a way to digitally keep your gift cards and event tickets stored on your phone--no special hardware needed.
Apple's voice-recognition system has only gotten better since it was introduced. Siri gets you the weather, reports sports scores, sets reminders, and even makes restaurant reservations.
The default camera app now includes a foolproof panoramic mode that makes it a snap to shoot huge landscapes without having to stitch photos together.
A feature that previously required you to hack your phone, FaceTime over 3G wireless networks has finally gone legit. Forgo your Wi-Fi connection and enjoy some face-to-face conversation via your phone while you're on the go.
If you're hassled by phone calls in the middle of the night, your phone is now smart enough to ignore them if you turn on the Do Not Disturb feature. Set up a list of allowed callers to get through to you in case of emergency and sleep soundly.
Apple's Instagram killer? You can opt in to a unique feature that lets you share your photo stream with a group of friends. Every picture that you take shows up on their device and vice versa.
Your email app now has a feature that lets you immediately see messages from the people who matter to you most. Set them up with 'VIP' status and their emails to you will automatically drop into the designated VIP inbox.
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