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Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Apple does away with the default Youtube App in iOS 6.

The leading smartphone company Apple recently released a Beta version of its iOS 6 about five days ago but many are wondering why the YouTube feature was left out. For the fans of this app, this will be a huge inconvenience. To counter this, the Safari browser comes with inbuilt playback support.
 Does this have something to do with the court battles? The answer is definitely NO. Apple revealed that the default YouTube feature was not included because of its expired licensing. The YouTube app is currently under development and will be available via download from the App Store.
With the ongoing fierce smartphone operating system competition between iOS and Android, it makes sense for Apple not to include the default YouTube app. The iOS 6 also comes packed with an offline support, all this in a move to assert dominance in the industry.
The iPhone 5 is set to be released in October.