iOS 6
iOS 6 Beta 2 Released to Developers

Apple has unveiled iOS 6 at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2012 in San Francisco. The advanced operating system features all new Maps app, Siri with improvements and Facebook integration for contacts as well as calendar. It will be available as a free software upgrade for iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, the new iPad, iPad 2 and iPod Touch (fourth generation) this fall as a free software upgrade. The tech giant has taken the plunge in bringing out the impressive features which can best suit business professionals.

Check out the list of top iOS 6 features:

[1] VIP Mail

The newest iOS 6 allows users to set up a VIP list so that he/she will not miss any important message from boss, accountant and employees reporting to him/her or more. The new VIP feature will allow the user to designate them as VIPs. The VIP list is iCloud enabled which can be accessed anytime and from anywhere. In addition, users can add photos and videos to e-mail messages with just few taps. To refresh the mailbox the user has to just swipe down.

[2] FaceTime

FaceTime is now enabled over cellular networks as well as Wi-Fi allowing users to make and receive FaceTime calls from any location. To make a call, users will have to use their Apple ID and phone number. A colleague can use FaceTime on his/her iPhone and call you by using your phone number and you can answer to his/her call using your Mac or iPad. The technology appears to be more suitable for business users.

[3] Passbook

The new Passbook app will bring together all your boarding passes, movie tickets, retail coupons and more all in just one place. It best suits for frequent flyers and users who regularly fly on business trips. Moreover, it allows you to scan your device to check in for a flight. Your boarding passes will appear on the lock screen when you enter the airport. It will even alert you with gate change information.

[4] Real-time traffic update

Users can get real-time traffic information to calculate Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA). It offers information about the trouble areas or what is causing a backup (major incident or a minor slowdown). Moreover, it offers alternative routes which will in turn save users time, possibly reaching the destination without delay.

[5] Do not disturb

Do not disturb functionality will restrain all incoming calls as well as any notifications. Users can activate it manually by setting the specific time. In addition, they can set "Allow Calls From" for specific contacts or favourites.