Here's Every Hidden Feature in iOS 6 Apple Didn't Tell You About

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Maps, the Siri update, and Passbook seemed to steal the show when Apple introduced its next mobile operating system, iOS 6.But there are hundreds of other improvements in the update.

Since we’ve been playing around with iOS 6 this week, we figured we’d show you all the cool stuff Apple didn’t show off the other day.

Finally! Downloading a new app doesn't close the app store.

New iTunes/App Store Interface

Bluetooth in the main settings menu.

Post to social networks from Notification centre

Enhanced Privacy

See a list of the songs you've previewed in iTunes

Revamped sharing menu

Custom Dictionary in the Cloud. If you teach your iPhone a new word, it'll show up on your iPhone and Mac too.

Bing Maps and TomTom maps instead of Google Maps

The weather app got a slight make over

Top bars change colours depending on which app you're in.

Make any song in your Music app ring as your alarm

Enhanced Safari features

iDownload Blog put together this video of some under the hood safari features that make Safari much more bearable.

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