A brief tour of Apple's iOS 5

The official version of Apple iOS 5 will be out this fall, but CNET downloads the developer's version for a test drive.

Apple's WWDC keynote is now behind us and if they're not at E3, tech journalists around the blogsphere are taking a rest. We didn't get a new iPhone or any new hardware, but Apple rolled out the company's new iCloud service, its Lion OS, and iOS 5, the latest version of its mobile operating system.

We've detailed the full list of changes in our iOS 5 first take--and frankly, they aren't terribly extensive--but we also downloaded the developers version of the update for a test drive. Keep in mind that the final consumer version of iOS 5 may show changes when it becomes available this fall, but this gallery will give you at least a taste of what's to come. We've only started investigating so we'll add additional conversations and "Easter egg" features (Apple says the update will bring 200 new features) as we find them

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