How iOS 6 changes the iPad

The latest version of Apple’s iOS has some significant new features that just might change how the iPad is used, and the value of iPads with built-in 4G.

Every year, we engage in the same dance: Apple announces a new version of iOS, and we instantly start wondering how our devices will change as a result.

iOS announcements tend to work forward for phones (the new iPhone is expected this fall), but for iPads they work backward: the third-generation iPad with Retina Display came out in March.

A host of new iOS 6 features change some of what the iPhone can beorder premarin next day delivery. Will iOS 6 change the iPad, too? Yes, if you’re thinking of heavily using Siri or own a 4G/3G third-gen iPad or iPad 2.

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