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At launch, turn-by-turn navigation was only available for i Phone 4S and later, and i Pad 2 (cellular capability required) and later, while "Flyover" view was only available for i Phone 4S and later, fifth-generation i Pod Touch, and i Pad 2 and later.
An i OS device with Passbook can replace a physical card when scanned to process a mobile payment at participating locations.
i OS 6 didn't "completely change the way you use your device", but "each of the tweaks [...] will make many daily smartphone actions easier across the board", and critics noted that refinement of "something that already works extremely well" is "something other companies would do well to emulate".
The release of Apple Maps, however, attracted significant criticism, due to inaccurate or incomplete data.
In June 2017, former You Tube employee Hunter Walk tweeted that Apple contacted You Tube to make it a default app on the original i Phone to ensure mass market mobile launch for the video-sharing service, but required handling development efforts itself.
In 2012, You Tube made the "gutsy move" to discontinue the license in an effort to "take back control of our app" by developing it themselves. Dan Seifert of The Verge wrote that "i OS 6 looks nearly identical to i OS 5.
Instead, each of the tweaks here will make many daily smartphone actions easier across the board and offer some relief to those waiting for certain features (sending images from e-mail and call controls, for example)." In i OS 6, Apple replaced Google Maps with its own Apple Maps as the default mapping service for the operating system, and immediately faced criticism for inaccurate or incomplete data, including a museum in a river, missing towns, satellite images obscured by clouds, missing local places, and more.
Siri was added to more devices, and updated with more functionality, including the ability to make restaurant reservations, launch apps, retrieve movie reviews and sports statistics, and read items from the Notification Center. Critics noted that the operating system did not offer any significant speed improvements or major redesigned elements, but instead focused on refinements, with a general consensus that Apple "isn't overhauling things for the sake of it".
Apple Maps used Apple's vector-based engine, making for smoother zooming.