So, I had a 4S back in March..returned it..now I have a 4 (spare; my Nokia broke, completely my fault). Anyway, I took a picture with my 4, clicked the bottom right area to get to my picture and wanted to send it out through text or e-mail. The option wasn't there, though? I only had an option to delete or go back to the camera app. I had to go all the way to the Camera Roll folder/section in the Photos app to share it. Now I hadn't used the iPhone for 7 months so I thought maybe the option was never there and I had just forgotten? I asked my friend (we were working on a project at the time) who owns a 3GS. He took a picture, touched the bottom right to get to the picture, and he had the option to share it! Forgive me if this has been harped on already, but is this a iOS6 omission? It's so weird that they took that option out. Why would they take the option out to share direct from the camera app? EDIT: Oh wow..I figured it out. It's because I used the camera app from the lock screen. If I use the camera app after unlocking my phone, the share option is there. I understand why Apple does this (because it would give access to someone who doesn't have the passcode to unlock the phone), but I don't have a passcode. I feel like they should change it so that if you don't have a passcode, you can share from the lock screen camera app. So change of discussion..should Apple allow sharing from the lock screen camera app if someone doesn't have a passcode on their phone?