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Tighter integration across in-built apps
These apps may be individualized in a lot of ways, but they have in common an iOS-wide sharing feature that allows you to share the addresses or directions with other iPhones, iPads, and other devices. It integrates with the App Store to show apps that are most popular in that geographic area.
Now organized into events, rather than a mish-mash of different ways, Apple has finally solved the photos problem. You can zoom out as far as you can and hover over images with your finger to quickly browse through them.
When editing photos, you can also add filters, similar to how Instagram works, which is a bit of a middle finger to Facebook. The social network is integrated, but it's not as deep as Apple's relationship with Twitter.