Wed. Aug 4th, 2021

iOS 5.1 Beta 3 Reveals Facebook Deep Integration Coming To iOS

We have already found the couple of references to the upcoming devices on the deep floor of iOS 5.1 beta 3 that Apple has seeded to developers earlier this month to fix many ongoing problems on the iOS 5.0.1. In the iOS 5.1 beta 3, the iOS developers have found that Apple has publicly made iPad 3 references in the beta version of iOS 5.1, which are suggesting the market that Apple is very close to the actual launch of iPad 3. However, according to the rumor mill Apple is already planned a media event in early February to introduce the iPad 3 in the market, while following the final launch in March.

In iOS 5.1 beta 3, we have found the two new model references to be next-generation iPad, which initially suggested that Apple is about to launch two different models of iPad this year, similar to the last year rumors range with the iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S launch. Well, according to the new digging in iOS 5.1 beta 3 revealed that Apple is again thinking to make a contract with Facebook over the integration in iOS by default, and allow users to enjoy Facebook on their tablet natively, as they are currently enjoying Twitter on iOS devices. The Twitter iOS integration actually boosts the Twitter users, and their tweets per second, as the millions of users joined Twitter instantly with the first boot of iOS on their device.
Facebook Integration in iOS

According to the new iOS 5.1 beta 3, Apple has still been featuring the Facebook integration code in the iOS that suggests Apple might be working to integrate Facebook into iOS for its users. In the past, Apple has contacted the Facebook at the time of iOS 4 launch for the deep integration to their service in iOS but the agreement didn’t reach any successful height, therefore Apple instantly removed the Facebook mention from the iOS.

However, according to the new finding in iOS 5.1 beta 3, it seems that both companies are again in touch to settle down the agreement, as the developer has found a code that enables the Facebook section in the contact book, looks similar to the Twitter integration to the iOS contacts.

Well, there are no solid words from anyone at the moment, because we can’t bet our repute on just a little finding in the iOS. We just have to wait for the iOS 6 launch to know about the current going developing of Facebook into iOS.