Apple recently rolled out the latest beta version of iOS, and we know you’re excited to see the developments that could possibly match some missing pieces of the puzzle on the iPhone 5 Rumors Roundup. The latest update on iOS 6 brings a plethora of features and functionality to your iOS devices in full pack beta 4.
Software updates always promise fixed bugs and improvements. We’ve read and heard of this statement many times and one of the iOS 6 features that caught our attention is the Wi-Fi plus cellular connections. We’re talking about connections here. It’s our need for speed to mobile browsing, automatic updates and checking mails.
Have you experienced poor Wi-Fi signal? Yes. We all do and that’s what makes this feature awesome. Overlooking the limitations and much emphasis for development, iOS devices are limited either to Wi-Fi Network or 3G Network connection. Now say good-bye to poor connections because iOS 6 solved this issue, users can switch to a cellular data connection automatically.
It’s faster to browse through the internet, check mails, download images and more. You’ll find its configuration on the latest iOS 6 version of Settings menu. Toggle on to enable the “Wi-Fi Plus Cellular” connections. Once enabled, your iOS device will start using the cellular data connection, so make sure you have the best data plan optimized for your iOS device to enjoy this feature.
That’s not all. Once the Wi-Fi Plus Cellular is activated, you are free to choose which services you want to include such as iCloud Documents, iTunes, FaceTime, Passbook Updates and Reading List. Assuming the services are turned-off, they will only work over Wi-Fi connections. Nevertheless, you are in control of these services.
Another feature spotted on iOS 6 beta 4 is the Shared Calendar Alerts. When enabled, you will be notified on new, modified, deleted or shared events.
We are excited to see more stuffs in the coming weeks. So stay tuned and subscribe to our email list.
What do you expect on the upcoming iOS 6?
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