Few days back one of the best IT companies of the World Apple unveiled its latest operating system (mobile) iOS 7 in the WWDC event 2013. Now the latest buzz is that LinkedIn, which is basically a social networking site for professionals, will be integrated to the final release version of the Apple’s upcoming operating system.
The company has already unveiled the code in the beta edition of iOS 7, and as reported by Electronista on the beta code references, LinkedIn is likely to get the same level of cross system and cross app support like Facebook and Twitter on the latest versions of iPads, iPhones and iPod touch gadgets.
However, the website had mentioned that the integration was not confirmed yet. Currently in the beta version several number of code strings are still missing, so the addition of world’s best business networking site in the final release is not guaranteed. The tech site is wise enough to admit that.
Presently if you own an iPhone or iPad then you can easily ‘Tweet’ your messages or publish your posts to Facebook from all the other iOS apps. You just need to sign in for once to be enjoying the benefits of it on all services. It can be accessed from the notification screen of your own device.
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In the earlier part of this current running year there was rumor in the technological world that Apple was developing similar code references for a few other websites too. These web pages are ‘Flicker’, which is a photo-sharing platform owned by pioneer of internet Yahoo itself, and a video challenger for YouTube named ‘Vimeo’.
As per market speculations ther new iOS 7 update is likely to go live in the upcoming autumn, and the proud owners of iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch devices might be able to download it from the dedicated Apple store by then. Now the fact as there is still a lot of time left for that, and in the mean time some changes are likely to be happen.
We should mention it here that earlier Apple included Facebook integration code in the beta edition of iOS 4, but later just before the public release of that mobile operating system in June 2010, it was pulled by the company.
We all know that LinkedIn has been emerging continuously over the last few years or so. Apple has understood the need of its integration for the well-beings of its own users, and it has stated working on it. I hope it will be available in for the consumers at the final release version of iOS 7, which will carry it forward to the next level of success.
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