Which New Feature of iOS 6 Are You Looking Forward To?

iOS 6 should be launching this month for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users. We know for sure that it will include a new Maps app with turn-by-turn spoken directions, Facebook posting directly from the Camera app and others, shared Photo Streams, Passbook, Facetime over cellular networks, Mail VIPs, and Do Not Disturb mode. Which new feature are you most looking forward to?

Comments: 13 Responses to “Which New Feature of iOS 6 Are You Looking Forward To?”

    Clamara76
    9/4/12 @ 4:12 pm

    CUT COPY AND PASTE AN ICAL APPOINTMENT

      Railfanner
      9/6/12 @ 11:47 am

      I too would like that option.

    Russ
    9/5/12 @ 8:18 am

    Please don’t swap out the old connector

    Troyski
    9/5/12 @ 8:35 am

    I think existing iPhone users are over-saturated with features now, such that there will really not be anything compelling in iOS6.

    RN
    9/6/12 @ 9:52 am

    Definately looking forward to turn by turn directions and LTE…

    Kent Songer
    9/6/12 @ 10:06 am

    PLEASE! A way to delete multiple emails without selecting each one individually!

    cej
    9/6/12 @ 11:24 am

    This may be “counter-intuitive” for folks at Apple but making sorting easy thorughout features when applicable. I’m a PC’r from way back and have converted to the IPhone and IPad3. But I always run into frustration when sorting through a bunch of things. For example, Notes: the more I want to put in it the more I find it useless. The very thing that attracts me to it eventually repels me. Ironic, not intuitive. Apps sort of follow suite. For example, Pages: Yes, you can put things into folders…. which takes sometime/ effort to figure it out. But once I start collecting documents it is an image (mostly) that indicates access throught the screen…. upon image… upon image… and so on (yes there is a file name but it scrolls around and is 2ndary to the image). Books… images… TINY images… of saved PDF articles. Yes, there is a search function but many times I want to browse my library and no specific search…. and can’t see it well enough to know what I’m looking at.

    Bottom line: I will always be a “word/text” type person. I’d like the flexibility to see things in words not pictures when it comes to the task of locating something in a file type directory. I don’t need it all the time.

    John255
    9/6/12 @ 11:36 am

    PLEASE: In the Photo Library do not view photos larger than actual size.

    AND, be more generous in the library Edit mode allowing Copy,

    And by all means show Exif photo info including pixel size.
    Thanks.
    John255

    Al Gales
    9/6/12 @ 1:25 pm

    Block unwanted calls!

    David
    9/6/12 @ 1:54 pm

    A spam filter for the consolidated email inbox. And strongly agree with Kent Stronger about a Delete All function for email.

    cej
    9/7/12 @ 3:39 pm

    Also, be able to color code invitations on the calendar into IPad or IPhone. Or default to a unique “Invitation” color would be fine. This one is really annoying since I must ask family members to write in their name so I know who needs to show up at for the PT or dentist appointment. If I change my calendar color, all events that are invitations also change to the same color…. so once accepted, it is part of my calendar.

    JETawney
    9/7/12 @ 10:20 pm

    The ability to grab contact info when scheduling an appointment in iCal, and visa Versa… Seems like such a simple thing to do, and would be greatly helpful for scheduling stuff on the go.
    Imagine, you click to add an appointment, select a contact name from your Address Book, Select their address, add your date and time. etc.
    OR
    From your address book being able to add a reminder or appointment from the address book that will be placed in your iCal!!!

    Gav Brooker
    9/12/12 @ 1:13 pm

    An iCloud mail server that doesnt crash leaving me without mail for 2 days and counting and more useful and honest status update from apple

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