True multitaskingEarlier versions of iOS didn't have any kind of multitasking, and, judging by the television commercials at the time, it was a huge selling point for Android phones (I remember the phrase "Multitasking all over the place!"). Apple added in a sort of multitasking in iOS 4 back in 2010 that technically suspends apps, rather than lets them run simultaneously in the background. Though the current brand of multitasking is useable, it would be great if iOS 6 included real multitasking allowing people to run separate programs simultaneously.
Siri for everybodyOne of the most talked about updates when Apple launched the iPhone 4S was the ability to talk to minimal curves ii iphone case Siri to help with dictating e-mails and messages, get information like weather reports and answers from Wolfram Alpha, and many other interactions, The only problem was, Siri was only available on the iPhone 4S, Since then, we've had reports of people who were able to make Siri run on a jailbroken iPhone 4, but as the linked article states, you have to jump through a lot of hoops for the convenience..
Hopefully, with the iPhone 4S showing record sales compared with previous iPhone launches, Apple has become less worried about it being a selling point and will let the rest of the iOS users have Siri on older hardware (even if it's just on newer iPads and the iPhone 4). I would also hope that Apple would let us finally have some extra voices to do the talking. I'm hoping my dream of having the voice of Samuel L. Jackson reading my e-mail will become a reality. Better directions, with voice!The iPhone's map features are pretty great already, but a feature many have clamored for is still not available on iOS: turn-by-turn directions with voice. The map app already lets you find your location via GPS, get directions from anywhere with multiple routes to your destination, and helps you find shops and restaurants easily--just like every other smartphone.
As any Android user will tell you, Google Maps already has turn-by-turn voice directions standard, In iOS minimal curves ii iphone case 6 we hope Apple comes out with its own brand of turn-by-turn directions (why not use Siri's voice?) so iOS users can take advantage of those great map features when we need them most: while behind the wheel, Facebook integrationiOS 5 already brought Twitter Integration to iOS devices, and frankly it was kind of a head-scratcher that Facebook didn't get similar treatment, Hopefully iOS 6 will add the ability to quickly transfer photos, links, videos, and more to Facebook at the touch of a share button..
It's important to note that in the preview release of Mountain Lion, Facebook integration is noticeably absent, so we wonder if Apple will ever make this jump. Frankly, with so many Facebook users out there, it seems like a no-brainer for iOS 6, but there may be other factors involved. More cloud integrationWe're already seeing deeper cloud integration in Apple's preview release of Mountain Lion (more info at the above link), and we expect to see many of those features mirrored in iOS 6. You already can download an app, set a reminder, change a contact, and more, and those changes will be reflected across all your devices.
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