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iOS 6 was released to the public yesterday. With over 200 new features, Apple's newest mobile operating system update is not reinventing the wheel, just tweaking it to make it better. After all, why fix something that isn't broken?
I decided to install the new update as soon as it came out. Here are some of my favorite new features, biggest misses and what I still don't know enough about.
Swing and a miss:
Still need more information:
What does this mean for mobile phones? Not much. iOS 6 isn't revolutionizing anything. But in my opinion, we are at a point where Apple doesn't need to revolutionize the phone more than it already has. It is about tweaking the phone to make it more efficient, user-friendly and fast. iOS 6 certainly accomplishes that.
If Apple allows companies to integrate their apps into Siri and Passbook with ease, iOS 6 will be a big game-changer for the direction of the mobile market for years to come. This is obvioulsy the early stage of iOS 6's lifespan. It will be interesting to see how developers are able to tap into the vast possibilites of Siri and Passbook's abilities.
I'll leave you with Samsung's newest video ad that mocks the Apple fans for waiting in line for a phone. You'll clearly see why that is the message of their advertisment:
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