One of the many new additions to iOS 7 is Control Center. Apple bills it as "quick access to the controls and apps you always seem to need right this second." There's plenty packed in there, too; a series of quick toggles for such things as WiFi and Bluetooth, quick brightness settings, music player controls, AirDrop, AirPlay and quick shortcuts to some of the stock apps and a flashlight. All of this is accessible anywhere within the OS with a simple swipe up from the bottom of the screen, so the quick access part is definitely correct. But, we want to know your thoughts on whether you think Control Center is really a useful addition to iOS?
The music controls have always been quick at hand, as has rotation lock. The other toggles being close at hand are new, however, as are the apps. But, while quick access to a flashlight might be handy, same with the camera, are the alarm clock and calculator apps necessarily what the majority would choose to put there? Perhaps if you could customise which apps, and which toggles for that matter, you have in your Control Center, it would be more universally appealing?
That's what we want to know from you. Granted not many will have used it yet, but on first glance, does Control Center seem like a useful addition to iOS? Would it be something you would use on a daily basis, or would you prefer to be able to customise it to meet your own specific needs? As ever, drop a vote up top and give us your thoughts in the comments below!