iOS 6 Beta 3 – What’s New

Earlier today, Apple seeded iOS 6 beta 3 to developers with many changes from maps to safari. This version is released after three weeks of the previous release. For those who don’t know Apple announced iOS 6 at WWDC 2012 with amazing apps such as renewed “Maps”, Improved Siri and Facebook integration.

Are you curious to know that what are updates in iOS 6 beta 3? Below are approximately all the features added in the iOS 6 beta3.

  • Maps Settings:

Apple released Maps app at WWDC on the announcement day iOS 6. This app is a replacement for Native Google Maps on iPhone. However, it is much improved application with 3D images on your iPhone, Navigation and much more. In this beta release 3, Apple has added settings for maps. You will be able the units for distance (km/mile), language and the size of the labels (normal/large) on the Maps. It is also said that turn by turn navigation is also included in this release.

  • Sync bar of Reading List in Safari:

The best thing about iCloud is that it syncs all data between all of your iDevices. Another new feature included in Safari is that a new sync bar of reading list is added in Safari.

  • Symbols for Reading List, Bookmarks and history:

As reported by 9to5mac, Apple has also replaced the worded labels of Safari bookmarks, Reading list and History with the symbols. It can be viewed in the image posted below.

  • VIP Lists and VIP Inbox:

VIP lists and inbox was also a keynote during WWDC 2012, but according to the Apple this feature will only be available for iPhone 4 or 4S, but it is present in beta 3 on iPhone 3GS and iPod Touch 4G. But most probably this feature will be removed in the final release of iOS 6.

  • Add Numbers in iMessage on iPhone:

In this release, iMessage allows you to add the phone number.

  • Maps app is updated with more details and Cities:

In this version of IOS 6, the “Maps” app is updated to beta 3 and it has more details than the previous version. However, maps of many cities have also been added in this release.

What do you think about these features? Let us know in the comments section below.

(via MacRuomrs9to5Mac)

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