WHAT'S NEW in iOS 6: Facebook Integration Walkthrough

Discussion in 'Apple iPad News' started by PhilSynowiec, Jun 15, 2012.

By PhilSynowiec on Jun 15, 2012 at 3:47 PM
  1. PhilSynowiec

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    In iOS 6 Apple and Facebook have finally joined forces to bring you Facebook integration into iOS. Similar to that of Android, Facebook now syncs your Address Book with all of your Facebook friends. You can now have their most recent profile picture and information show up on your iDevice without even having to open Facebook. If you've used the Twitter integration in iOS 5, this is very similar. You can quickly post a status from your Notification Center or anywhere where you can share a link, photo, etc. Apple has added a Status Widget into the Notification Center where you can tap it to update your Facebook Status. Sharing photos from your Photos app works the same as it did with Twitter which is very useful. Other cool things include asking Siri to update your status for you verbally. Facebook Integration is built into iOS 6 and will debut in Fall 2012 with the final release.
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Discussion in 'Apple iPad News' started by PhilSynowiec, Jun 15, 2012.

    1. katra HD
      katra HD
      cant wait for iOS 6!! :eek:
    2. ps249
      I'm trying to get away from the facebook scene - NOT a big fan of facebook IOS integration. This could spell doom and gloom for millions of people.
    3. pyewacket
      Does anyone know..for sure..what the integration will involve ??

      Is it going to "take over" the ipad.....or will it be possible to just ignore it, unless you/I want to opt in.
    4. Gerryboy
      I hope your right pye,I'm the kinda guy that likes to do my own thing
    5. valinrace
      I too cant wait for IOS 6 this will be really great!
    6. Techgeek32
      Cool News! Seems to be very useful.
    7. mikespe
      Hey iOS is finally catching up to Android!

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