A Complete Walkthrough of Apple's iOS 5 Beta Features

For most people, iOS 5 is still a few months away. It's likely that it won't launch until September, when Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 5.

But iOS developers were allowed to try the version 5 beta right after Steve Jobs' keynote speech at the Worldwide Developers Conference last week, and we just loaded it on our own iPhone 4.

Our snap reaction: It's awesome. Sure, Apple took some ideas from Android. But Apple simply executed them better -- no surprise there.

With our tour, which is embedded below, you can see what iOS 5 looks like in action.

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Steve Kovach is editor of the tools section at Business Insider. He writes reviews and advice for gadgets, apps and consumer tech.

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