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.
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