iOS 7: Unveiled: A Quick review of Redesigned iOS 7

iOS 7: Unveiled: A Quick review of Redesigned iOS 7 - 4

iOS 7 released today with awesome features and redesigned user interface 

iOS 7 is unveiled today with its redesigned user interface embedded with new features.Apple today announced the next version of their popular mobile os platform dubbed simply “iOS 7″. iOS 7 actually puts together a great mix of design and usability and the fact that Apple has incorporated features that were missing from the OS makes it a lot more exciting. Lets start off with a few of the highlighted features.



iOS 7 Control Center:

iOS 7 Control Center

Apple has simply added all you could ask toggles into iOS, Wifi, Bluetooth, Airplane mode, and even brightness can now be accessed by simply swiping from the bottom of the screen. This has been one of the most anticipated features on iOS especially after the huge success of the toggles in Android, Apple has created a whole new gesture to access just toggles from the bottom of the screen.

iOS7 Notification Center : Today

iOS7 Notification Center

The Notification center in iOS 7 will come with a Today tab, that will only give you notifications that are relevant today; birthdays, reminders, appointments and weather etc. You can access Notification Center from any screen, including the Lock screen. Just swipe down.

iOS 7 Multitasking

iOS 7 Multitasking

With iOS 7 Apple has allowed all App developers to access Multitasking built into the OS, which will now enable better battery utilization and allow apps to run in the background while you focus on other tasks. Quitting and managing background apps uses the new card style design. Press the Home button twice to see preview screens of the apps you have open. To quit an app, just swipe it up and out of preview.

iOS 7 Camera and Photos


Along with changing the design of the camera interface Apple has added a square picture feature right into iOS 7, allowing users to create those famous 4×4 stills and add filters. Honestly, we can’t wait to try out the new filters.

iOS 7 AirDrop

iOS 7 AirDrop

Airdrop has been excellent on the Mac, and sharing files is easier than ever. Apple has implemented the same features into iOS and now finally after almost 7 years of existence Apple devices will be able to share files amongst themselves via Airdrop. The feature will allow users to easily share photos, videos, contacts — and anything else from any app with a Share button. This will be available to other developers so they can build it into their apps.

iOS 7 Safari

ios 7 safari

Safari was updated on the new Mac OS X Mavericks and the same features comes to the new Safari on iOS 7. Buttons and bars stay hidden until one scrolls to reveal them, more content is then available on the screen.Browsing is now based on swipes , swipe left or right to go back or forward a page. The new Safari on iOS 7 lets you scroll your tabs in a new Vertical Cover-flow type UI. One of the best features of iOS 7 Safari has to be the integration of iCloud Keychain.

iOS 7 iTunes Radio

iOS 7 iTunes Radio

Apple’s answer to all the streaming music services, iTunes Radio features streaming radio stations directly in the Music App. It personalizes your listening experience as you listen more and more and makes songs play automatically to your preferences from the past.

iOS 7 App Store

iOS 7 App Store

Apple has really played with location based services in the past and with the new iOS 7, the App Store shows you a collection of popular apps relevant to your current location.A special Kids category spotlights the best apps for children based on age. So now selecting apps for toddlers will be easy. iOS 7 also keeps your apps up to date automatically so you don’t need to go into the App store and update them manually.

Apple has finally delivered on expectations for a lot of anticipating owners of ios Devices. Even though most of the features could have been implemented in previous edition of the mobile OS, Apple’s new iOS 7 brings a refresh to an almost stale OS in desperate need for change. Has Apple managed to woo the audience? We think so! But, how these features actually work will determine the capability of the new iOS 7, because nobody would like another iMaps fiasco!

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