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Apple iOS 6: 10 Most Interesting Features
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Judy in the Sky
Judy in the Sky,
User Rank: Apprentice
9/22/2012 | 4:53:36 PM
re: Apple iOS 6: 10 Most Interesting Features
If you have not already downloaded iOS6, I would recommend that you don't. Any enhancements you might find (and I have experienced none) are more than overshadowed by the loss of Google Maps with Streetview.
User Rank: Apprentice
9/21/2012 | 8:42:07 PM
re: Apple iOS 6: 10 Most Interesting Features
one thing i have notice is the fact that even if on the promo it says that face time may now be use with out WIFI it dose not do so on my phone , i was wondering is it because i have a iphone 4 or is it because i just did not get it good ? , also siri ? cant seam to find it
User Rank: Ninja
9/21/2012 | 5:12:56 PM
re: Apple iOS 6: 10 Most Interesting Features
It is not a shocker to me that Apple released their map app so flawed, most of their fans will still gush over it and they know it. Also Apple will continue to pretend it is really OK and then when they fix it they will pretend to forget it was ever broken.

I am thankful to you though for a slide show that actually isnG«÷t a fan-boy gush. My company recently gave me an iPhone 4S so I am now actually interested in what goes on in this world.

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