So long, iPod audio connector. "So much has changed since we first created that."
"it's time for the connector to evolve, and that's just what we've done."
and it's a reversible connector. Doesn't matter which way you plug it in.
Thunderbolt and lightening, very, very frightening.
the new connector is 80% smaller. Bose, JBL, Bang and Oulefson are working on new devices.
We're creating a bunch of accessories -- a 30-pin to Lightening adapter. "Just leave it in your car."
iOS 6 "designed from the very beginning" to take advantage of the iPhone 5.
Scott Forestal is up to demo iOS 6.
"We'll start off with our new Maps app, built from the ground up." So long, Google.
Info cards on businesses made with Yelp partnership.
and there's the familiar mechanical Tom Tom voice giving you directions.
Maps does look very cool, but as with no other app, the proof will be in using it day in, day out.
Tap on the button with 3D buildings in satellite mode, and you can fly around the scene.
Apple is licensing Tom Tom's turn-by-turn tech. I've used it in iOS 6 betas and it's pretty incredible.
Scott demonstrates by flying around Big Ben.
Two-finger swiping changes the camera direction. London looks like a video game.
I used the turn-by-turn stuff on my iPad 3 while in Atlanta and it was smart enough to know when my mom drove too far past a turn and was able to, on the fly, redirect us back en route.
The new Maps also integrates data from Waze, adding real-time traffic information
That doesn't happen with every mobile GPS solution, so it impressed me.
Notification center now. Scott demonstrates tweeting from the Maps app.
Scott demonstrates iCloud tabs, Apple's Instapaper feature.
Mail enhancements include VIPs, messages from everyone you want flagged as important. The flag icon is available throughout Mail.
Passbook seems to have added a few animations when scrolling through coupons.
Tap the trash icon on a ticket you've used, and an animated shredding takes place.
Starting to feel like I've seen most of these iOS 6 features before ... at WWDC.
sharing photos on the photo stream now. Friends will receive push notifications.
You and your friends can comment and "Like" on shared photos.
It may not be Instagram, but it's damn close.