The much anticipated launch of Apple’s nextgen iPhone 5 is coming closer, and what is bringing it more close is the news and all the hoopla surrounding the iPhone 5. Thanks to the Apple rumor mills which certainly know how to keep one’s expectations very alive! However, this time it is the maker itself which has steered hope amongst its several iPhone fans. Presumably, with the notion of having an all-new iPhone hardware in the September-October timeframe (the “supposed” iPhone launch phase), Apple has released third beta of iOS 6. This third beta version of iOS 6 follows its previous Build 10A5338d version, and occupies an Build 10A5355d.
With this new Build 10A5355d, the third beta of iOS 6 is said to bring certain key additions for the users of iPhone. Likewise, a new section in the Settings app for Maps which would allow the iPhone users to change the volume of the navigation voice or even alter the display of miles or kilometers, would be seen. Similarly, altering of the display in the preference of one’s language can be easily rendered.
Even the map labels can be changed from small to a large or medium. More prominent modifications by incorporating Build 10A5355d inherent in third beta of iOS 6 would come in form of greater detailing in the display. Which means, the Maps app would even have roadwork or traffic accidents showing up on the display of Maps apps. Accepting and validating phone numbers to the list of contacts, Answering and Declining of FaceTime calls, 3D Flyover coverage in Maps, Auto-brightness, and addition of glyphs for history in Safari, Reading List, and bookmarks, are some other features which would be brought to light for every iPhone and iPad users on the iOS 6 platform.
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