The iOS 6 rumors are coming in waves. Now, 9to5Mac is reporting that the new OS will have a useful "Do Not Disurb" feature, iCloud Tabs and Mail VIPs. Do Not Disturb is going to be useful when to block out all those nosy and annoying notifications and alerts and banners from taking over your phone while you're in the midst of doing something else. Or if you could really be bothered at all in the first place.
The features will come from Mountain Lion, Apple's next desktop OS and it will tie themselves with iCloud. It's iCloud tabs will be a simple way for you to keep various versions of Safari (in desktop or mobile) in sync. And when you open iCloud tabs on your iPhone, you'll see a list of tabs you have opened in Safari elsewhere.
Mail VIPs is a simple star next to the very important people who send you emails, which could be potentially useful in helping you in finding a particular email.
The Do Not Disturb toggle switch will disable all your Notification Center alerts and banners. If you've ever used an iPhone, you'll know that the notifications can get a little annoying when you're in the midst of something else, perhaps more important.
Using Do Not Disturb will keep those notifications hidden away. 9to5Mac says the feature is currently buried as a toggle switch in Settings.app. [9to5Mac]