I saw a certain category of tweets appear since monday that all were following the same pattern. They were about what the user thought the greatest new feature in iOS 6 was for him. So I did a search and found that there are many different signs of whimsy and delight.
Here’s a rundown on the best, which do you agree with? Do you have some that are even best-er?
Many are duplicates, so I cannot possible quote all, so this is just a quick overview.
“Best feature of iOS6 – Not having to enter password to download free app updates or redownload purchases from the cloud!” – Graham Robson
“I like that Do Not Disturb feature. Often woken by friends playing Words with Friends in other time zones” – Benjamin Stevens
“I’ve got to say, the best new feature of iOS 6 is that there about twice as many emoticons!” – James Smith
“Finally: The iPhone’s shutdown spinner is Retina ready in iOS 6.” – Matthew Panzarino
“Best iOS 6 feature : Pull to Refresh in Mail” – Ryan Renna
“Best feature of iOS 6 seems Guided Access, suddenly all apps on app store becomes kiosks! Watch out Windows Embedded!” – Chandana
“IOS 6 >> best feature = maps. Now I’ve got world wide free gps. Sorry tomtom” – Jimi West
“Best new feature of iOS 6: The Bluetooth switch isn’t buried in Settings > General.” – Meek Geek
“Possibly the best new (small) feature of iOS 6: joining of Apple ID and phone number. *So* much less confusing all around.” – Colin Williams
“iOS 6 dev build in hand. Best feature so far? Per account email signatures. Yeah, I’m easily pleased. Long time coming, though.” – Chris Edinger
“New maps + turn-by-turn nav is clearly the best feature fill in iOS 6. Looks like it could be snazzy.” – Adam Pash
“Best New Feature in iOS 6 Is …. SmartGleam” – Tim Klapdor
“Downloading the iOS 6 beta now. The surprising best feature will be the Passbook. I have some awesome ideas for it…” – Dan Harper
Actually Dan, I think I might have the same idea as you. Let’s see who’s is better when we can ship it in the Fall….