Along with news that over 5 million iPhone 5 units made it into customer's hands over the weekend, Apple also announced that iOS 6 has already been installed on over 100 million iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The update for iOS was released on September 19 and has been available for less than a week.
iOS 6 added Shared Photo Streams, system-wide Facebook support, a new Maps app that drops Google's mapping features, improved phone controls, FaceTime over cellular connections, Passbook for managing loyalty cards and tickets, and more.
Some of those iOS 6 devices include iPhone 5 sales, which kicked off in stores on September 24 with pre-orders starting about a week earlier. Along with iOS 6, the new iPhone model includes a 4-inch Retina Display, LTE wireless data support, a faster processor, improved FaceTime camear, and more.
The iOS 6 update is free and requires at least an iPhone 3GS, iPad 2, or a fourth generation iPod touch.