iOS 7 Coming to iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch September 18th
Posted 10 September 2013 - 06:52 PM
Apple announced today that it will finally roll out iOS 7 to iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch owners starting September 18th. Originally unveiled at WWDC earlier this year and made available to developers shortly thereafter, the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system features a completely revamped look that drastically moves away from the skeuomorphic design that the company has used since the first iPhone. Of course, the update is beyond skin deep — a number of new software features have been added with iOS 7 as well.
In addition to the flat and colorful icons and typography, iOS 7 brings with it a new Control Center for quick access to settings, an updated version of Safari, improved multitasking, enhanced Notifications, and, finally, AirDrop and automatic app updating. Apple's new iTunes Radio will also be included with the update.
The new Camera app now includes built-in filters and the option to choose a square aspect ratio for easy use with apps like Instagram. Once photos have been taken, they are automatically grouped by categories like locations and dates in the camera roll. Siri has also been updated, and can now search from Twitter, Wikipedia, and image searches.
iOS 7 will be available for download on recent mobile Apple devices starting with the iPhone 4, iPad 2, iPad mini, and 5th generation iPod touch.
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