Monday, August 6, 2012

YouTube App Removed In iOS Beta 4

Google and Apple have been fighting with patents in the last few months and it is quite obvious that they both hate each other. Now on iOS 6 Beta 4 Apple has removed the stock Youtube app on it. This seems to be a very weird thing that apple will doing, one of the main reasons why people bought the original iPhone was because of the native Youtube app. But now Apple is like dumping all google services first Google Map and now Youtube. At first we were unsure of the situation but shortly after apple released a statement:  "Our license to include the YouTube app in iOS has ended, customers can use YouTube in the Safari browser and Google is working on a new YouTube app to be on the App Store.". With that said google is said to be working on the Youtube app and when its ready it will be in the app store. Some Other notable changes in iOS 6 beta 4 include a request for your iCloud password during the initial sign in, new security controls for Bluetooth devices that share data, and the Passbook app now has a link to the App Store so that users can find which apps work with the application Additionally, the Shared Calendar Alerts toggle has been moved to the bottom of mail, and The new Maps application provided by apple has been improved and is now quicker with improved map data and rendering, One way streets now have a blue arrow showing the correct direction, and labels show more address numbers. Here is an ad of the original iPhone talking about the native YouTube app. 
Source: Phonearena 
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