Approximately two weeks from now, Apple will unveil iOS 7 at WWDC 2013, due to take place on the 10th of June. A lot has been rumored about the upcoming iOS platform update, today’s rumor hints at possible integration of Vimeo and Flicker in iOS 7. In the past we’ve seen Apple slowly but deeply integrated Twitter and Facebook in to its mobile platform. The integration will reportedly be similar to that of Facebook and Twitter, third party apps will be able to access these services as well.
This doesn’t seem like a far-fetched idea. OS X already has both of these services integrated, it’s not like Apple would be going in to uncharted waters. Users will reportedly be able to upload photos directly to Flickr and Vimeo, though it is also said that since the integration isn’t fully ready, there’s a possibility it might come as a firmware update in the future. From a user’s point of view, do you think you will gain any benefit from having these two services integrated in to iOS 7? As always, Apple has not commented on this rumor. We’ll know for sure come June 10th.
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