iPhone 3GS iOS 6 Features Extended
The list of iPhone 3GS iOS 6 features was extended a few days ago. With the release of iOS 6 beta 3 we’ve got not only new features for the latest Apple’s devices but also for the most “outdated” iPhone 3GS. A year after the release of the first iPhone 2G rumors that Apple is preparing a budget phone started to appear. Speculation analysts and all those who weren’t too lazy to predict the future of an inexpensive smartphone models continued to build their fantasies until recent release of iOS 6 firmware. That’s when it became clear that Cupertino has long been invented the good phone for little money. This phone is the iPhone 3GS, which will receive a number of interesting features with the arrival of the new firmware.
Everyone failed to detect any significant improvements for the iPhone 4/4S on the recently released iOS 6 beta 3, therefore no one payed attention to how the firmware works on the iPhone 3GS. It turns out that the Shared PhotoStreams, will work on the most affordable iPhone. Consequently, the option to share photo albums links will be available on any iPhone.
The second surprise – the ability to use the VIP-category in a standard mail client on ”old gentleman” iPhone, which will get a letter from your Favorites. Still do not believe me? Then take a look at the Apple’s site, they lost both lines of the use of these functions on the iPhone 4/4S. The two removed footnotes included:
- Shared Photo Streams requires iOS 6 on iPhone 4 or later or iPad 2 or later, or a Mac computer with OS X Mountain Lion. An up-to-date browser is required for accessing shared photo streams on the web.
- VIP list and VIP and Flagged smart mailboxes will be available on iPhone 4 or later and iPad 2 or later.
How much more fraught with iOS 6 surprises will we meet until the release of the final version which will be seen this fall, along with the new iPhone 5?Tags: ios 6, iphone 3gs