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Apple iOS 6: 3-D maps, more Siri, and a digital Do Not Disturb sign

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(Read caption) In this file photo, Scott Forstall of Apple shows off the iOS Maps app in June. Apple recently acquired WiFiSlam, a startup that specializes in indoor mapping services.

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This week, at the annual WWDC conference, Apple took the wraps off iOS 6, the latest iteration of its mobile operating system. iOS 6 brings with it a range of upgrades and new features, including expanded Siri functionality – to the iPad, and one day, even to the car – and increased Facebook integration. So how does it compare to past versions of iOS? 

Pretty well, according to a range of hands-on tests published this week. Over at Gizmodo, for instance, Sam Biddle highlights the new FaceTime, which is now accessible through both Wi-Fi and 3G. (In iOS 5, you needed a Wi-Fi connection.) 


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