Unfortunately, iOS 5 lacked the ability to upload photos and videos to the Internet, which users often needed so much. But with the advent of iOS 6, this nasty flaw of the Apple team has been fixed. Yes, yes, friends, finally Safari has a standard dialog box for uploading a media file (photo / video) to the World Wide Web.
Apple announced this at the presentation of WWDC 2012, June 11 on Monday. One of the new features in Safari is broader support for HTML elements. Among them, HTML is an element necessary for uploading files to websites.
If you are a developer and have already installed iOS 6, then you can see for yourself, for example, by changing your avatar on Facebook or Twitter.
You can make a new photo / video, or select existing ones from your library.
For more details on the innovation, see this video:
As for the WordPress app, Apple is promising support for it by the end of the year. The update will allow uploading media content in Safari on both WordPress and WordPress.com.
As we noted earlier, other improvements in Safari iOS 6 include full screen viewing in landscape, iCloud Tabs, which tracks the pages you visit, and an offline reading list.