1. 3G FaceTime
FaceTime has long been a great way to video chat with friends and family, but both parties needed to be on a Wi-Fi network in order for it to work. Now, FaceTime works over cellular and you can even take calls on your iPad using your phone number.
It’s been less than 24 hours since rolled out its sixth major update to its mobile operating system for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, but it didn’t take long for early adopters to find frustrations with the new software.
Sure, Google Maps is noticeably missing — which is the first time Apple has removed a piece of software since launching the iPhone in 2007 — and there are still some obvious kinks and omissions from the company’s new built-in Maps app. Transit directions, anyone? But we’d be remiss to overlook some of the beautiful and groundbreaking new features added to the iOS 6.
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In fact, dare we say, some additions are so good we…