CNETTV : iOS 6 Makes Some Big Changes - First Look

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Apple this morning confirmed iOS6 will begin rolling out in Australia sometime today (Wednesday), ahead of Friday's launch of the iPhone 5. 

iOS users will be prompted to update their devices to the newest iteration of Apple's mobile operating system. As difficult as it is to believe, we're already onto the sixth version of the OS, which continues to be updated with new features on a yearly basis.

iOS 6 is not a drastic overhaul, but it comes with app improvements that make common actions more accessible, sharing easier across devices, and tons of welcome tweaks to the interface.

Apple says iOS 6 will be available for the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad 2, new iPad, iPod touch 4th generation, and the new iPod touch 5th generation which also was announced last week. 

While we wait, here on The *Official AndreasCY* we will share on the video below the nitty-gritty details of what you are getting from this new upgrade. 

Jason Parker, Senior Associate Editor at CNET, has a first look on the new mobile operating system.

Here are just some out of 200 new features you can expect including Maps App, a Smarter Siri, Facebook & Twitter Integration, Photo Stream over iCloud, Passbook App, Better FaceTime, Enhanced Phone App, VIP Mail, Safari's iCloud Tabs and much more.

Visit Apple to learn more. 

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