I though apple removed you tube completely but there is still an option in Photos app that looks and works same as in iOS5, oversight or just trying not piss off too many users?
BTW I don't think google's youtube app has an option to upload any videos
I just watched the end of WWDC 12 and one of the API's that Scott Forestall talked about was "Transit" and said that 3rd parties do it very well and that Apple isn't going to build transit into maps but rely on the Transit API.
With all the hoopla around iOS 6 Maps losing transit maps, it seems as if Apple planned for this.
About 40:30 mark, Scott talks about transit maps. Probably nobody remembers this nugget.
I have a 4th-Gen iPod Touch and it is not so fast with iOS 5. Can anyone say Does iOS 6 make it slower or not?
I'm thinking now Google can have maps on the iPhone and actually have control over interface and features. If they were to catch iOS up with Android's maps app, would you try and use Google Maps app or just stick to the apple default?