How Apple’s iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 Will Miss Several iOS 6 Features

Apple, the world’s most valuable company, introduced the next generation of iOS during its annual Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday, June 11.

The updated mobile operating system iOS 6 contains more than 200 features and upgrades, including the new Apple Maps, systemwide Facebook integration and numerous Siri enhancements.

According to sources, Apple’s iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS will not be compatible with several key features of iOS 6.

The previous generation devices, iPhone 3GS and iPhone,4 will not support turn-by-turn navigation and flyover mode in Apple’s new Maps app. They will also not be compatible with the Siri, which will be coming, however, to the new iPad.

According to the technology giant, flyover mode is a 3D view of cities, while turn-by-turn navigation in maps. iPhone 4S, iPad 2 and the new iPad will fully support the OS.

iOS will be rolled out this fall, said Apple.


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