Apple's iOS 6 has some great tweaks and a few misses. Take our visual tour of the must-know changes.
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The new panorama feature lets you shoot up to 240 degrees with one motion to create images with elongated fields of view. Easy now, Android fans. We know, we know: iOS 6 isn't breaking new ground with this feature; some Android phones, such as the Samsung Galaxy S II, have been capturing panoramas for a while. And third-party iOS apps offer this capability too. The iOS 6 implementation does have some interesting attributes, however, such as the ability to shoot vertical--rather than only horizontal--panoramas. Sorry, iPad users, this feature doesn't come with your version of iOS 6.
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