If you have been following our blog for this week, then you know that we have covered a lot of major news from Apple's WWDC back in San Francisco. And definitely one of the highlights of the event was the announcement and preview of the iOS 5. This new mobile operating system by Apple is shaping to be the best iOS yet with tons of feature that are sure to please hardcore iOS fans. And now for your enjoyment, we have compiled videos across the Internet that highlights the features of the iOS 5. See the new features in action after the break.
Check out this cool video tour of the iOS 5 features:
The revamped Notification Center running on the iPad 2:
Here's a quick look at the multitasking gestures in the iOS 5:
A demo of Photo Stream, a new iCloud feature that lets you sync pictures across your devices:
Here's an iMessage video running on the iOS 5 which we also reported here:
iOS 5's PC Free feature allows users to sync, update and setup their devices "over the air" which means you do not have to plug your device to a PC or Mac:
Twitter is now deeply integrated into the iOS 5 with apps like your Camera, Safari, Photos etc. Now you can tweet to your heart's content without having to launch a separate app:
Now instead of only being able to assign specific ringtone to a contact, with the iOS 5 you will be able to assign specific vibration patterns to a contact. Neat:
Now you can set LED flash alerts whenever you receive a call or a text message:
Here's a hands-on on the Camera features of the iOS 5 which lets you access the app from the lockscreen and use the volume button as the shutter button:
The Mobile Safari on the iOS 5 received some updates as well, now with "Tabbed Browsing" and "Reader" that lets you view a webpage in text form:
So there you have it, some of the coolest feature that you can expect from the iOS 5. iOS 5 will be officially released this fall and is currently on Beta 1 and is available to those who have registered developer accounts.
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