iPhone & iPad Live 299: iOS 6 Q&A part 1

Georgia, Seth, Rene, and guest David Barnard of App Cubby wrap up WWDC 2012 then answer your questions about iOS6. This is iPhone & iPad Live!

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iOS 6 Q&A

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    I really appreciate Rene's point (at min 10:10 in the video).
    People have to remember WWDC is made for Developers, and iOS 6 is currently not public domain. discussing iOS 6 bugs is pointless. That is the whole point of betas.
    And while the average Joe says they are disappointed by iOS6, they do not realize: the changes in iOS 6 allows developers to create and stretch their apps to new lengths, so while "item 20" may be meaningless to a general user, it may be gold to the developer.
    My app, which uses social media, is now much simpler as I was struggling with WeiBo and FB and json usage.......
    the general public forgets they may get WWDC news and that news may have announcements, but that news is not actually targeted to the general public, but developers (this is why it is a closed group, and not a general press conference as with a new product).

    It would be great if you could talk a little about the new accessibility features coming in ios 6. Thanks

    It would be great if you would talk a little bit about the new accessibility features coming in iOS 6 thanks