Apple ios 7 New Best Features Released


Apple's delightful iOS 7 operating system will finally arrive at consumers in the fall. Apple requirements you to think that once you get iOS 7, you'll have a brand new iPhone that you already know how to use — even if it's basically a pick-and-choose mash up of many great features that Apple's competitors have offered up over the past six years.

Design overhaul

If there has been one dependable criticism of iOS in current years, it was the outdated nature of the UI. The new version of the software seems to take care of that with a wide-ranging update of the old, largely skeuomorphic design. The stitching and green felt are gone for good. In their place are frosted glass effects, flatter icons, and more white-space in the UI. It is still recognizable as iOS, though the interface uses the frosted glass look in a variety of apps to give a feeling of context and depth — Apple even used it in the background of the keyboard. Siri also gets a cleaner look with a semi-transparent UI.

Control Center

Alongside the brand new user interface is some new specifications. Initially, control center. This swipe upwards feature allows you to access your most used settings, brightness, airplane mode, and a brand new stock flashlight, all in one place. Incredible.

Photos & iCloud Photo Sharing

Though technically another default app update, the revamped Photos app deserves a deeper look because photo-taking is one of the iPhone’s (and all smart phones, really) most-used specifications. The Camera Roll itself has now been superior; organizing photos into “Moments” based on location and time – again, a feature motivated by the work of a number of third-party apps including Cluster, Moment. me, Flock, Tracks, flayvr, and others.

Most Commanding Safari

Safari in iOS 7 has a brand new full screen interface, with one tap way in to favorite website, and a brilliant new tab interface. It also has updated parental controls, and iCloud keychain, already provided in our Mac update! There are also updates to Safari’s bookmarking system, and incessant scrolling between articles. Tabs are no longer limited to 8, and you can even see tabs you had open on a different iCloud device!

Smarter & faster Downloading

While neither of these features have tangible descriptions attached to them, Apple’s iOS 7 additional specifications slide boasts both “smart download of TV episodes” and “scan to acquire Passbook passes” as upcoming perks for the operating system.

If I had to undertaking a guess, I'd suspect that “smart downloads” will involve the iTunes app automatically downloading TV shows you have a season pass for as soon as they’re posted to the store. Scan to acquire, meanwhile, sounds like Passbook might be getting a built-in QR code scanner for acquiring passes; the “barcode scanning” developer API listed during Monday’s keynote would seem to verify this.

Real multitasking

Only some years ago, Apple enabled limited multitasking in iOS, but now it’s enchanting a more Android-style approach by allowing all apps to run in the background. The system will actually try to determine which apps you need in the background all the time, and which can be closed. This is an attempt to save battery life, but to be truly useful it will have to be very good at figuring out usage patterns. Multitasking in iOS 7 also equipment a card-style screen for app switching.
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