Much of the technology world is abuzz over Apple's unveiling of its iOS 6 mobile operating system.
While the update itself will not arrive until some time in the Autumn - likely as part of the next iPhone release - business users and consumers alike are already weighing in on what the best features of the update are.
This week, we take a look at some of the most promising developments for the software behind the iPhone and iPad platform.
10. FaceTime over 3G
This one would have been higher on the list, if only it didn't remain so limited. FaceTime is a great idea from Apple which remains hamstrung by hardware and network limitations. Video clarity is still at the mercy of your network connection, and while 3G will help to extend the platform, it won't be anywhere near its potential.
Three things will need to happen for FaceTime to truly take off on iOS- 4G broadband must become readily available, data charges must come down or limits must be raised, and battery life needs to be such that your device can handle a prolonged video chat without the need for an immediate re-charge.
9. Eyes Free
Eyes Free will allow for Siri access in your car with the touch of a button. Automobile manufacturers from Mercedes to Chrysler will soon let drivers talk to their favourite robo-voice with the tap of a button.
Apple won't turn on the iPhone screen; it'll just let users talk to Siri while paying attention to the road. The new feature will be thrown into a slew of new cars in the next 12 months. It will hopefully make driving a little bit safer. And as an added bonus, we can live out those Knight Rider fantasies, having a conversation with our car.
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