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6 Ways iPhone 5, iOS 6 Amp Up Social Opportunities

Apple's iPhone 5 and iOS 6 add social capabilities to the iPhone and iPad that will provide new ways for businesses to interact with their customers.
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iOS 6 provides tighter integration with Facebook. Among other things, you can share a photo to Facebook from your iPhone or iPad Camera, or from Photos. Facebook events are tied into Calendar, and Facebook friends profile information is tied into Contacts. You can also update your status right from the Notification Center.

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re: 6 Ways iPhone 5, iOS 6 Amp Up Social Opportunities
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