As expected, Apple unveiled the iOS 6 at WWDC 2012.\u00a0 This is the next iteration of Apple\u2019s operating system with main features that include the ability to launch apps with Siri, Facebook integration, and a new Maps app.\u00a0 Apple says there are actually more than 200 new features on the\u00a0iOS 6. The biggest update has got to be the new features for Siri, Apple's voice-controlled personal assistant.\u00a0 Siri now has the ability to launch apps and even update your status on Facebook and post to Twitter. \u00a0Siri now has more answers to sports-related questions and has more knowledge on restaurants and other things. \u00a0Siri includes language support for English, French, German and Japanese, and adds support for Spanish, Italian, Korean, Mandarin and Cantonese. \u00a0Siri now takes commands even just with your voice with a new Eyes Free mode. \u00a0The best news perhaps is the announcement that Siri is coming to the new iPad. iOS 6 has better Facebook integration as well, with photos, websites, maps and more getting the instant share option. \u00a0Apple says it\u2019s the best ever Facebook integration in a mobile device, allowing you to sign in once and post from Notification Center, Siri and Facebook-enabled apps, including Photos, Safari and Maps. \u00a0Facebook friends' information is immediately updated across all iOS devices, automatically updating details in Contacts when they change, and scheduling events and birthdays in Calendar. One of the biggest changes with iOS 6 is the new Maps app.\u00a0 Apple has ditched Google maps as iOS 6 now runs its own Maps app with vector-based map elements.\u00a0 Apple says that panning, tilting and zooming will be fluid and graphics and text will be smooth. \u00a0There\u2019s a new turn-by-turn navigation that will guide users to their destination with spoken directions and it also includes a Flyover feature that offers interactive 3D views and real-time traffic information. A helpful new feature in iOS 6 is called "Do Not Disturb" which simply turns off notifications whenever you want things to be quiet.\u00a0 When the Do not Disturb feature is on, it removes the alert tone and the screen will not light up. \u00a0Face-time users will also rejoice since it now works over cellular data, not just Wi-Fi. \u00a0There\u2019s also shared Photo Streams that makes photo sharing easy, and a new "Guided Access" feature that allows parents or teachers to keep users from exiting an app accidentally. \u00a0Additional new iOS 6 features include enhancements to Safari such as iCloud tabs, offline reading lists, photo uploads and full screen view, the ability to set up a VIP Mailbox, the option to decline incoming calls with a quick message and the ability to set a callback reminder. \u00a0 iOS 6 also now lets you dismiss incoming calls with a swipe. The iOS 6 beta software and SDK are now available for iOS Developer Program members and will be available as a free software update for iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, the new iPad, iPad 2 and iPod touch (fourth generation) this fall.