People with a broken iPhone or iPad may want to seek out iPad repair as soon as possible. Apple has released a bunch of cool new features from the impending iOS 6 platform, which was announced at the WWDC keynote event. The new version, according to MacRumors, will feature shared photo streams via iCloud, as well as Facebook integration, better maps and more.
“iOS 6 continues the rapid pace of innovation that is helping Apple reinvent the phone and create the iPad category, delivering the best mobile experience available on any device,” said Scott Forstall, Apple's senior vice president of iOS Software, according to the news source. “We can’t wait for hundreds of millions of iOS users to experience the incredible new features in iOS 6.”
InformationWeek said the Facebook support follows the Twitter integration support given after the iOS update. Once this new platform arrives, users can share links directly from the iOS apps, with the news source saying this will bring the two tools together in a “long-overdue way.”
Other cool new features, according to the website, include FaceTime over cellular, an app that makes tickets digitally available all in one place and “Eyes Free,” which will let people use Siri in the car without taking their eyes off of the road. These features mean people with broken Apple smartphones should go for iPhone repair as soon as they can to take advantage of these new goodies.