Apple's iOS 6 site now live

Apple has kicked off their iOS 6 minisite to showcase all of the awesome new features that were announced at WWDC today.

All of the stuff we covered, including revamped Maps, expanded Siri, Facebook integration, new Passbook, and the new tricks in Safari all have their own little spotlight.

We took a bunch of pictures from the conference, but it's great to see some clean official renderings of all of the new stuff. The reactions to maps in particular sounded great, and I really can't wait to see it in action. Head on over to Apple to take a look for yourself, but stay tuned - we'll have lots of thoughts and reactions from today's announcements shortly. We also have our own hoppin' iOS 6 page if you want to get a full run-down of what's going on.

Simon Sage

Editor-at-very-large at Mobile Nations, gamer, giant.

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AsdollaMirza says:

We need Maps review from beta testers, ASAP! :)

Phil says:

Won't bother me. I never use it.

Jeremy says:

i really wanted to see a new iphone come out.... but i guess everything that is worth having is worth waiting for

Addinsx says:

Super now how do i put this on my phone?

wiiu says:

Um...how do you download the beta?

kch50428 says:

You have to be a developer registered with apple to download the iOS6 beta, which maps is a part of.

CORYK333 says:

Cant remember the exact method (so google it to double check), but u can go to "software update" in settings, then tap the four corners of your screen going clockwise, shut down your iphone/ipad, swing it from left to right 7 times, then turn it back on....it's a little tough & u might have to try a few times, but if done correctly... ----->BOOM, new version should be waiting for u on startup ;) You're welcome!!!

SockRolid says:

Well Google collectively soiled their trousers today.
Probably frantically preparing damage-control spin for Google I/O.
On their way to the dry cleaners.

pete says:

Only somebody who has no clue what Google offers would make such a statement.
By the way, you dribbled some Kool-Aid on your shirt, hope that comes out ok.

Roshizzle731 says:

Google may have a lot to offer but they weren't offering it to iOS users so your statement is a little off also.

Phil says:

Oh fanboys, stop it! Both of you. I love IOS, and can also see good things in other mobile OSes.

troyanthony says:

Are you serious? Where is the innovative technology at? Everything that was introduced has been seen before and is already being used by other operating systems. I was really hoping for more from Apple.

Shytazz says:

So this means Siri will be on the 3GS and the 4 now?

dbeddie15 says:

It certainly appears that way. And if this is true, all the idiots that spewed constant BS last year about "Siri needs the 4s processing speed, the 4 can't handle it blah blah blah" can go suck a ballsac.

Phil says:

Read the berry bitten of the page, in the fine print. 4S and The New iPad only.

Vanti says:

From what we saw in the keynote i believe they wont be getting it. That would be a major announcement to let the users know that they would be getting siri and it wasn't announced. The only newcomer was the "new ipad".

Jason says:

I wasn't impressed. And I highly doubt they'll give big changes to iPhone 5. Solid OS, good hardware in the future. The developers commited to iOS really make the platform for the future. But other platforms are going beyond and making their base software better before apps, and getting more devs
I love competition.

Vanti says:

I thought i was the only one. The entire keynote lacked the flare which i had anticipated. The only thing which started to get me going was the new maps app because the current one is painfully unfinished.
And on the note of competition i truly hope that Google & Rim can get their acts together so that they can at least push Apple to do better.

Polish Jedi says:

looking forward to see if the new siri add ons work with this build
this will be awesome! hope its stable :D

dloveprod says:

Siri's opening was kinda funny.

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