Redacted iOS 6 Feature Will Change the Way You Use the iPhone 5 Josh Smith06/13/2012 In case you missed it [REDACTED] is the hottest new iOS 6 feature Apple isn’t talking about. Well known iOS developers are talking about a secret new iOS 6 feature which will deliver some un-announced feature to iOS 6.Advertisement Read: 40 iOS 6 Features You’ll Actually Care About Most likely this secret iOS 6 feature will be part of how Apple sets the iPhone 5 apart from the iPhone 4S, though it looks like developers are already able to play with the [REDACTED] feature in closed-door sessions at WWDC. [REDACTED] is going to enable all kinds of new apps in iOS. This is incredibly exciting. #wwdc #missionAdvertisement — Steve Streza (@SteveStreza) June 13, 2012Advertisement Sean Kovacs, an iPhone Dev, speculates that it will be a commonly used feautre. I foresee a lot of apps using redacted view… — Sean Kovacs (@seankovacs) June 13, 2012 There are few clues to what this new feature is. It will only be for apps running on iOS 6, it might have something to do with gaming.Advertisement *redacted* looks incredibly powerful. Expect some awesome ios6 only apps in a few months. #wwdc — Tom (@Inferis) June 13, 2012 You could build a 3D FPS with *redacted*. — Tom (@Inferis) June 13, 2012 Though it doesn’t offer much apparently it has a negative effect on editing photos in the camera roll and it runs on the iPad 3rd gen, but not all apps play well yet.Advertisement If you are one of the brave few on [Redacted], don’t try to edit photos in your Camera Roll. There may be unexpected consequences — Jin Budelmann (@jinthagerman) June 13, 2012Advertisement @marcoarment Heads up, I installed REDACTED on my iPad 3 & Instapaper’s been in a weird state where it crashes on launch, even after reboot. — Ben Gilbert (@gilbert) June 13, 2012 While the new [REDACTED] iOS 6 feature may be the best thing since sliced bread, it’s a cause for concern for some developers. Steve Weller, an iOS engineer at SoundHound, worries this new view will ruin the user experience. These new [redacted] things are awesome. I foresee a huge wave of apps built around them. Not sure that will be a good experience. — Steve Weller (@Bagelturf) June 13, 2012 The best clue we have is a tweet from Mark Dagon Hughes, developer of Notecraft for the iPad, who points to a link on Objective C features, which may as well be a foreign language to me. Thanks to a hint from @pilky, [REDACTED] features are not redacted: clang.llvm.org/docs/LanguageE… — Mark Dagon Hughes (@mdhughes) June 13, 2012 Hopefully some users of the iOS 6 beta or a developer behind closed doors will leak some information about the new feature. What do you think this [REDACTED] view is?