Apple Releases iOS 6

In National News, News

Apple released its new iOS 6 operating system for its phones and tablets at 10 a.m. Wednesday.

The new operating system replaces Google Maps with Apple’s own Maps app. It has features such as tilt-and-rotate, turn-by-turn navigation, and 3-D model maps for big cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Chicago.

Siri, the voice-recognition app, can recognize more languages and works in more countries now. Users can also open apps through Siri.

IOS 6 no longer has a built-in Youtube app, though users are still able to access the site in their browser.

The operating system is compatible with the iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S and 5 models, the iPod Touch 4 and 5, as well as the iPad 2 and the new iPad.

If you liked this story, sign up for our weekly newsletter with our top stories of the week.

You may also read!

Two men in the Quad hoisting their banner of Jesus Saves from Hell.

Conflict erupts over Jesus Saves from Hell banner in the Quad

A crowd of students congregated in the Quad to protest two men that came on campus with a banner

The opening page of the GOP Envoy app

Republicans and Democrats are using phone apps to recruit

Three years ago CNN proclaimed the smartphone to be the “new political battleground” in America. Now, congressional candidates in

Police car parked at the university police department

Cal State Fullerton students arrested for stealing golf cart

A group of Cal State Fullerton students stole an athletics department golf cart from the Kinesiology and Health Science


Mobile Sliding Menu