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A Review of Apple iOS 7

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    review of Apple iOS7

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    To bring a full stop in a beautiful way to the rising chorus of discontent against an operating system design which remained in a stagnant position for more than five years since 2007. It was high time for Apple to bring in a new OS. With iOS 7, it did. Apple’s crisp, newly announced OS update enables the mobile operating system a fresh, vibrant radical new look and some first-for-Apple features for iPhone and iPad fans, like quick-access system controls, automatic app updates, and Apple’s AirDrop file-sharing system.

    The iOS 7 possesses a complete sweep that changes absolutely everything, right from the typography and color schemes to the typical icon and button shape across the entire platform.

    However we can come across some of the new highlighting features that come along with this iOS7, the new interface is by far the platform’s deepest felt and most profoundly changed of the entire batch. Whereas when we move on with the other aspects such as the Apple’s other features they are bit uninspiring and don’t have much to challenge competitors; iOS 7 is aimed at providing a unified look to the system by bringing order to complexity.

    iOS 7 introduces great new features like Control Center, AirDrop for iOS, and smarter multitasking etc. It also makes the things you do every day even easier, faster, and more enjoyable. And while many of the apps look different, the way you do things feels perfectly familiar. So from day one, you know how to use the world’s most advanced mobile OS. In its most advanced form. Here is complete review of Apple iOS7

    Control Center

    • Control Center is a pull-up tray that is available in your lock screen.
    • You can adjust brightness, volume, and other settings including Wifi, Airplane mode, rotation lock, or Bluetooth.
    • The Control Center even offers a flashlight, along with tabs for music, camera, and other quick-access apps.
    • The Control Center takes on the environment it’s in, so if you swipe up while you’re in mail, it will have the same blue and white coloring under that translucent panel.


    • iOS 7 lets you multitask between all third-party apps with much better battery consumption.
    • You can double-tap the home button to enter into multi-tasking mode, just like always, but the interface for multitasking has been revamped. It appears to offer live previews, but Apple wasn’t clear about that.


    • Safari opens straight into full screen mode now, with the option to pull down to bring up the search bar at the top.
    • The search field has been improved to be a unified smart search field, which lets you have access to all your favorite websites with a single tap.
    • Tabs come with a totally new interface, scrolling in a vertical carousel, and there are no longer any limits. In other words, you can have as many tabs as you want, as opposed to just 8 like before. Swipe a tab off to the side to throw it away.


    • The Camera app lets you swipe between your various camera types, such as panorama or HDR so you can quickly take a pic instead of fumbling around with settings.
    • Photos marks the first update to the photo gallery on iOS since it was introduced.
    • You can search based on date, and location, within the photos app.


    • Siri has a new voice! It sounds similar, but also weird. You can choose a male or female voice, if you like. Voices include languages like French, German, and other languages “over time.”
    • The visual UI has also been upgraded, with a sound wave going along the bottom.
    • Siri has also been integrated with settings, letting you tell her to turn on bluetooth, or lower the screen brightness.


    • This is for those of us who have had an iPhone stolen.
    • If a thief steals your phone and tries to turn off Find My iPhone, they can no longer turn the device back on without your iCloud password.
    • Users can also block messages and calls from other users.

    Lastly, there’s no need to go in and manually update your apps any longer. The new App Store will automatically update all apps (finally). iOS 7 will be available this fall for iPhone 4 and later, iPad 2 and later, iPad mini, and fifth-gen iPod Touch.


    iOS7 beta is released and you can download them here

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