Apple gave us our first preview of iOS 6, the upcoming new version of the iPad operating system, at this week’s WWDC 2012 keynote event. They also released the first iOS 6 beta for developers on Monday afternoon.
I’ve been running the new iOS 6 beta on a dedicated testing iPad (a new iPad 3 model) since Tuesday – and I’ll be sharing plenty of thoughts on iOS 6 and the iPad here as I spend more time with it.
I have to say that I don’t feel as excited about iOS 6 as I did about iOS 5 – but it still looks like a solid update with some nice new features and enhancements for the iPad. I’ll post about some of the headline new features as well as some of the smaller, less-mentioned ones that I’m finding interesting.
So far the beta appears very stable and not terribly buggy at all – a very good omen considering that it’s the first beta release.
If you have specific questions about iOS 6 on the iPad throw them in the comments here or email me via the email address on our Contact page and I’ll try my best to answer them.