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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Get iOS 6 features and see what features your Apple devices could run

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With the approaching of 2012 Apple WWDC, the guessing for the upcoming iOS 6 and the next Apple iPhone has been even fiercer. The iPhone 5 is said to be released mostly this September. Apart from iPhone 5, the iOS 6 has also attracted people’s eyes. People want to know what features iOS 6 would bring and what features their Apple devices could run. If you’re one of them, this post would be right for you.

So you're eagerly awaiting iOS 6 in the fall, but you'd like to know just how many features you'll end up skipping if you cling on to your existing iPad, iPhone or iPod touch for one more generation. Apple has gone to the trouble of alerting would-be upgraders just what features they'll get when they check for the update this fall, and we've compiled it in a chart for an at-a-glance view of what you'll need. The short answer: you'll want an iPhone 4S if you're craving every iOS 6 feature. Some feature gaps are defined by obvious differences like the absence of cellular hardware, but the performance limits of the iPhone 3GS or fourth-generation iPod touch turn their upgrades into a patchwork. There's also a pair of questions about iPod touch support and whether or not "iPhone 4 or later" explicitly rules out the media player; we'll update should we know more. Either way, it's evident that Apple is bending over backwards to support burgeoning markets, but also that anyone who bought in 2010 or earlier is feeling the pressure to pick up something new -- especially original iPad owners, who can't upgrade at all.
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