10 Key iOS 5 features coming to iPad, iPhone, iPod touch : Review
There are going to be about 200+ new iOS 5 features, of which 10 key features were unveiled at the 2011 WWDC event in San Francisco, USA. Want to have a peek and see in detail some of these iOS 5 features, come along with me! I’ll drive you through the amazing things that Apple announced at its WWDC 2011 event. As you already know, the iOS 5 can be enabled on devices like iPhone 4, iPad & iPad 2, iPod touch (3rd and 4th gen).
10 Key iOS 5 features explained !
Notification centre is a single place where you can combine all your notifications. Just by swiping your finger from top to bottom, you can see the notification centre. It has all the missed calls, voice mails, text messages, e-mail messages, facebook updates, push notifications etc, which end up in this notification centre. Stocks and weather notifications are also added at the top. Now, notifications are not interrupting if you’re playing a game and a small animation shows up at the top, if a notification appears. Lock screen has been improved to see more notifications, as part of the iOS 5 features.
I like reading my newspapers and magazines on my iPhone or iPad. Recently subscriptions have been added and many publishers end up supporting subscriptions. Magazine things like National Geographic, Spin, Vanity fair, Popular Mechanics, Esquire, GQ, Elle, Wired, Automobile, New Yorker etc and newspapers like the The Daily, The NewYorkTimes, Daily Telegraph etc. are all available in a single place in Newsstand, one of the major iOS 5 features. When you purchase them they’re automatically placed in one place i.e Newsstand and addition to this, Apple does background downloads.
3. Twitter Integration:
Almost 1 Billion tweets are sent per week and Apple heard these things from iPad, iPhone users that they love twitter. Single sign-on is introduced. When you enter your Settings tab, you can enter your username and password and you’re configured for Twitter. So whenever you download an app, you’re automatically configured for Twitter and you don’t need to login or re-login. Twitter has been integrated with many of the apps like Camera and Photos, which makes it important of the iOS 5 features.
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