The iPad 3 has barely hit the homes of its owners, and the market is already launching news and rumors about the new iOS 6 and the way it will change the iPad experience delivered. So, if you are interested in finding out some details about the latest news regarding the features of iOS 6 and their impact on the iPad, you should stick around.
A first change that Apple feels the need to inflict upon iOS devices via the sixth version of the OS regards the FaceTime app. Apple wants to make it possible for owners of iOS devices to make FaceTime calls via Wi-Fi as well as via cellular data. That means the 4G capabilities of the iPad 3 will finally have the chance to shine and prove the tablet is worth the investment.
iOS 6 also seems capable of transforming the iPad into a car-mounted device that can provide by voice valuable driving directions. The market’s specialists are already thrilled by the idea of mounting a 4G LTE iPad on the dashboard because the new Maps app that Apple makes available can ensure quality navigation guide capabilities. It’s true that people already use the iPad as GPS device, but once these new software capabilities are made available by iOS 6 the number of people that will look at the iPad like at a reliable GPS device will definitely increase.
The new iOS 6 is also supposed to transform the iPad into a more reliable laptop replacement. As it is the iPad is not that bad at replacing the basic capabilities of a laptop. For example, bloggers find it comfortable to use for writing posts on the go. However, when it comes to content management and photo uploading the iPad loses its edge. iOS 6 is supposed to fix this problem by making available the possibility to upload videos or photos from within the interface of Safari. That means we will finally be relieved of the hassle of having to use third party apps. Another feature that will be added to Safari is supposed to gift the web browser with an offline reading mode that will render apps like Instapaper useless.
Another iOS 6 feature that’s supposed to improve the use of the iPad is the one that makes available support for iCloud tabs that are supposed to help you share your work faster between multiple screens. Such a feature is supposed to help users decide on which screen they want to work without thinking about the manner in which the will make available the necessary resources on the display of choice. That’s definitely an exciting feature that will help MacBooks, iPads and iPhones work in collaboration.
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