Siri on the iPad is activated by a quick hold of the home button, just like on the iPhone 4S. The interface slides up from below the display with a clever animation. Siri is built into the iPad as a small window on top of whatever interface the user is currently interacting with. This Siri window with rounded corners sits at the bottom center of the display, as you can see in our mockup above. The Siri iPad interface takes very little space over the iPad interface currently in use, and is designed with the same linen texture as on the iPhone 4S. Siri for iPad also works from the lock screen.
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quando cavolo esce Siri in Italiano
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Apple's new Maps in iOS may not be limited to the iPhone and iPad, as new evidence suggests the company could also bring its in-house mapping solution to the Mac.
Developer Cody Cooper discovered a code dump in the new Maps application in Apple's iOS 6 beta. The code, shared with Technically Personal, mentions a set of Intel-based graphics chipsets found in Mac hardware.
Specifically, the software discovered by Cooper disables features like shading on certain Intel graphics chipsets. He said that some older Intel chipsets have poor support for shading, which is why Apple would want to disable that capability for some Macs. No mention of ATI Radeon chipsets was found.
The code found in the iOS 6 beta suggests that Apple could be planning to bring its new Maps software to its OS X Mac operating system in addition to iOS. Apple's new Maps application for iOS will replace the Google-based offering that has been found in every version of the mobile operating system to date.
Apple unveiled its all-new Maps application last month at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. It features a new crowd-sourced traffic service, built-in turn-by-turn navigation, and integrated user reviews from Yelp.
Maps in iOS 6 will also feature Siri integration, allowing users to ask for directions or find points of interest by using just their voice. And the new "Flyover" feature has detailed 3D models of cities from around the world.
In anticipation of Apple's Maps announcement, Google unveiled its own enhancements to its mapping software just days before WWDC. The company is rolling out its own three-dimensional mapping imagery, and plans to have communities home to about 300 million people mapped with it by the end of the year.
Inviato 17 July 2012 - 09:50 AM
The next version of the iOS operating system for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is getting closer to release, as Apple today released iOS 6 beta 3 to developers. This beta 3 version has been released less than one month than thre previous version, beta 2, and has been released with several changes (detailed by MacRumors). The changes include significant new features that have been added to the Maps app, Safari and iCloud.
There has been no firm release date given for iOS 6 but Apple has suggested that the new OS will be released to the public this fall, likely in a free of charge update for everyone with a compatible iOS device. As before, the developer previews of iOS 6 are only available to registered members of Apple Developer program and still contain many bugs and issues which can result in instability.
With the new iPhone 5 expected to be released in September / October time, it’s likely we’ll see iOS 6 the very same day.
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