One of the more minor features in Apple's refresh of iOS 6 is a trio of refreshed storefronts — the App Store, the iBookstore, and the iTunes Store will all sport a new look when iOS 6 launches this fall. Probably the biggest new feature will relate to the already-announced Facebook integration in iOS and Mountain Lion; you'll be able to see which of your friends "liked" specific apps as part of the new reviews area as well as "like" an app yourself right from the store. There's also a new "preview" tracking features — everything you sample is kept in a preview list, which you can then purchase directly from. Of course, your preview list is synced across devices using iCloud.
The stores have also gotten a little graphic facelift, with a larger Cover Flow style banner at the top for the iPad and edge-to-edge images on the iPhone. And despite the new Facebook integration, it looks like Ping will surprisingly live on — in Apple's press image, there's a tiny Ping icon in the iPad's store dock. There's not much else to go on for now, but we'll surely see more of Apple's redesigned storefronts in the coming months.