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You don’t want Apple’s YouTube anyway

You don’t want Apple’s YouTube anyway

This afternoon it became apparent to sharp-eyed developers working with the newest beta release of iOS 6 that Apple's mobile operating system was about to drop YouTube from its ranks of built-in apps. As the press picked up the story and Apple replied with what essentially added up to, 'yes, we're done with Google's YouTube now, you can download it yourself once Google puts the app out themselves", there was a bit of an uproar on the part of next-generation iPhone customer hopefuls. But here's the truth, ladies and gentlemen: it's better this way, much better.

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iPhone 5 set for quad-core A6 chip

iPhone 5 set for quad-core A6 chip

At some point in the year 2012, Apple is getting set to release a brand new iPhone, or that's what the rumor mill would have you believe, this time packed with a massive quad-core A6 chip. This time of year is always going to see its fair share of iPhone rumors, or it certainly will if DigiTimes, the source for this current tip, has anything to say about it. With leaks of information that are sometimes right on the money as far as Apple factory parts news goes, it's always interesting to hear what this often China-based news source has to say.

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Apple using Waze data in new iOS 6 Maps

Apple using Waze data in new iOS 6 Maps

TomTom spilled the beans in a press release yesterday, saying that Apple had licensed part of its mapping solutions and information for use in the new Maps app in iOS 6. Details about exactly what is being used has been intentionally left vague. How about the crowd sourced data that Apple was keen to promote at the keynote? Turns out it could be coming from Waze, a navigation app that provides crowd sourced traffic data from via user interaction.

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Apple and TomTom sign Maps deal

Apple and TomTom sign Maps deal

Apple unveiled its custom Maps application yesterday that will debut with iOS 6 when the update launches this Fall. Rumors in the past indicated that Apple would be building up its own mapping system based on the acquisition of several mapping companies, including C3 Technologies. Cupertino has also made use of OpenStreetMap in the past in Photos for iOS, but what about the new Maps? TomTom has now confirmed that Apple has licensed its maps, along with other content.

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Apple introduces “Guided Access” for iOS 6 to disable parts of the UI

Apple introduces “Guided Access” for iOS 6 to disable parts of the UI

Apple is hitting it hard with iOS 6 that is for sure, but we have another impressive new feature here to briefly talk about. That is Guided Access. Apple mentioned how wide the adoption has been for iOS devices, for everyone in the world including the blind and more. Guided Access in iOS 6 will bring their devices to more users in multiple ways, and even help you stop your kids from accidentally deleting emails by disabling parts of the OS user interface.

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Apple reveals new Maps app for iOS 6

Apple reveals new Maps app for iOS 6

The rumors were all true: Apple has created its own internal mapping system and replaced Google Maps in iOS 6. Apple says that all of the maps used by the new app has been created by the company internally, and that it’s trying to cover the whole globe with this effort. Apple say that over 100 million business listings are included with the Maps app, and users will be able to perform a local search to find the best match for their query.

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Apple: FaceTime now works over cellular in iOS 6

Apple: FaceTime now works over cellular in iOS 6

One feature that users have lusted after ever since FaceTime was first introduced was the ability to make calls over 3G. Many thought that the feature was restricted to WiFi thanks to carrier complaints, but that doesn’t seem to be the case anymore. Apple has just announced that FaceTime calls will now be able to be made over cellular networks.

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Apple unveils AirPlay Mirroring, 1080p streaming to TV

Apple unveils AirPlay Mirroring, 1080p streaming to TV

Apple has just demoed a new AirPlay Mirroring feature that can be used to easily push 1080p content wirelessly to your TV from your Mac running the upcoming OS X Mountain Lion. This means no more fiddling with an HDMI cable to get the same result. Audio can also be mirrored this way to AirPlay-enabled stereo systems and speakers.

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Apple brings Game Center to the Mac

Apple brings Game Center to the Mac

Apple has decided to bring Game Center across from the iPhone and iPad to Mountain Lion. The feature works much in the same way as it does on iOS devices, with users being able to sign in and keep a track of games currently being played, plus stats and scores being offered up via custom profiles.

 

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Apple brings Dictation to Mountain Lion

Apple brings Dictation to Mountain Lion

Apple has added a ton of new features to Mountain Lion today here at WWDC, and one of them is Dictation. Users will be able to speak in almost every app across Mountain Lion and have their words transcribed to text automatically. Apple say that Dictation will work for Facebook, Mail, and Microsoft Word. It’s not quite the full-blown Siri support that some were expecting, but it’s the next best thing.

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