By Shailesh Shrivastava | May 22, 2013 10:23 AM EDT
Apple has always given many new things every time it launched a new iOS. This time too, it looks like that the Cupertino tech giant is going to increase the social quotient of the iOS users when it launches the iOS 7 this year.
According to reports, Apple is going to make Flickr and Vimeo system built-in applications and will allow users to share the content saved in their iPhones, iPads and iPod touch on these two social networking websites.
A report from 9to5Mac suggests that the company is planning to include more third-party social networking application so the iOS user will not have to open their Mobile Safari for these things. The report claims it got the information directly from the 'person very familiar with the software.'
Apple was planning to integrate a system built-in application for Facebook in iOS 4 in 2010 but before the launch of the OS, the application was pulled out from the OS. Later, Apple included the Facebook application in the iOS 6 in 2012 after integrating Twitter in iOS 5 a year before that.
The move of integrating Flickr and Vimeo in the upcoming iOS 7 looks really impressive and the iOS users will certainly enjoy the changed approach. Flickr has recently got a major changeover and the subscribers of the photo sharing service from Yahoo are very happy with the changes.
However, nothing official has been declared about the iOS 7 by Apple and everything we are getting as of now is a part of the ongoing rumors. It is quite possible that these two applications are just being tested by the developers with the iOS 7 and keeping the Facebook incident of 2010 in mind, it may also be possible that new third-party applications won't be seen onboard iOS 7.
The iOS 7 is expected to be launched at the Worldwide Developers' Conference (WWDC) that is going to be held from June 10-14 in San Francisco.
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