In Pictures: iOS 6 arrives - its 16 key new features

Although the new OS for the iPad and iPhone is largely a collection of refinements, users will still want it

Open Safari in full screen on an iPhone or iPod Touch

The small screens of an iPhone or iPod Touch can make viewing desktop-oriented websites a bit difficult. Sure, you can zoom, but that navigating a page bit by bit has its own issues. In iOS 6, when you view a website in horizontal orientation on these devices, you now get a Full Screen button that gives you a few more pixels for seeing the page (the menu bar disappears).

How much do you want to bet that the "iPad Mini" will have this feature, too?

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