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Apple posts official iOS 7 features page on Apple.com

Apple posts official iOS 7 features page on Apple.com

Now that Apple has officially announced and shown off iOS 7 at WWDC 2013, they've now added a page to Apple.com laying out the features, complete with mini previews of each. The new iOS 7 page shows the updated interfaces of all the core apps as well as new ones such as Control Center, iTunes...
iOS 7 App Store

iOS App Store will update apps automatically, offer location and age categories

The App Store is getting a hefty update in iOS 7. Today at (WWDC 2013)("http://imore.com/tag/wwdc-2013"), Apple announced that all updates will be updated automatically, so you won't get spammed with notification icons anymore. This isn't unilaterally a great thing, though - sometimes features...
iOS 7 beta for iPhone available to developers today, iPad in coming weeks, everyone else in the fall

iOS 7 beta for iPhone available to developers today, iPad in coming weeks, everyone else in the fall

During WWDC 2013, Apple announced the completely redesigned iOS 7 and the beta will be available on the iPhone to developers beginning today. The beta for iPad will be available in the coming weeks. For the rest of us, we must wait until fall for the official release. iOS 7 will be available on...
Photos for iOS 7 has better sharing, Moments, photo filters

Camera and Photos for iOS 7 have better sharing, Moments, photo filters

Apple has added a host of new features to both the Camera and Photos apps in iOS 7, including enchanced sharing, fliters, and Moments. In addtion to sharing with Airdrop, Apple has also expanded the capabilities of shared photo streams, making them easier to use while adding the ability to share...
Apple announces ad based iTunes Radio, ad free for iTunes Match subscribers

Apple announces ad based iTunes Radio, ad free for iTunes Match subscribers

Apple has just announced their heavily rumored radio streaming service, iTunes Radio live from WWDC 2013. iTunes Radio will tie directly into the Music app. The service will be free, but ad-based, unless you have an iTunes Match subscription, where you'll be excused from listening to ads. iTunes...
Siri

Siri updated for iOS 7, new UI and answers more questions

Just demonstrated at WWDC 2013, Siri has had a makeover and an upgrade for the newly announced iOS 7. Now included in Siri is Bing results, Wikipedia, Twitter, and Siri can control more of the device than ever before. It can adjust your screen brightness, turn on and off Bluetooth, and more...
Multitasking updated in iOS 7 with new card-style interface

Multitasking updated in iOS 7 with new card-style interface

iOS 7 is bringing with is webOS style cards for multitasking instead of the current switcher we've had since the debut of multitasking in iOS 4. Instead of the usual double tapping of the Home button followed by holding down on app icons in order to clear them out of the system tray, you'll now...
iOS 7 weather

Weather for iOS 7 looking great, doubles as world clock

Apple demoed a new weather application that will be included in iOS 7 today, and it's looking great. Everything is following the new overall flat user interface, with sharp lines and a simple layout. Weather-specific animations bring the forecast to life, plus you can pinch to view multiple...
AirDrop on iOS 7

AirDrop wireless sharing coming to iOS 7 on selected devices

Having been rumored leading upto WWDC 2013, Apple has officially announced that AirDrop wireless sharing will indeed be coming to iOS devices with iOS 7. The big caveat is that due to hardware requirements, it will only be available on iPhone 5, iPod touch 5th generation, iPad mini and iPad 4....
iBooks and Newsstand lose wooden textures for a more flat design in iOS 7

iBooks and Newsstand lose wooden textures for a flatter design in iOS 7

iOS 7 has eschewed natural-looking textures for all of its apps, including iBooks and Newsstand. The wooden shelves that have been a part of both of these since they launched have been replaced with a more modern look unified with the rest of iOS. Stay tuned to our WWDC 2013 live coverage for...
Safari receives updates in iOS 7 including new tab views, smart search fields, and more

Safari receives updates in iOS 7 including new tab views, smart search fields, and more

Safari is going to receive quite a few updates in iOS 7 including an updated tab view, new gestures, and more. The new navigation menu in Safari has received an updated design just like the rest of the core apps. One of the biggest changes is how tabs and other features are displayed. Each tab...
Control Center in iOS 7 brings quick access to Settings, Brightness, Media Controls, and more

Control Center in iOS 7 brings quick access to Settings, Brightness, Media Controls, and more

During WWDC 2013, Apple announced Control Center in iOS 7 that brings quick access to common settings including airplay mode, wifi, bluetooth, and Do Not Disturb. Additionally, Control Center includes a slider to adjust brightness, as well as media controls, Airplay, and recently used apps. To...
notification center

Notification Center in iOS 7 to be available from the lock screen

Notification Center has been updated and improved for iOS 7, and now, it will be available right from the lock screen with no need to unlock the phone first. There's a today view of notifications, with calendar, stocks, other current updates, all of which are available from the lockscreen. And,...
iOS 7 brings all new design to Messages, Calendar, Mail, and more

iOS 7 brings all new design to Messages, Calendar, Mail, and more

iOS 7 is hands down the biggest update to iOS we have seen since the introduction of Notification Center in iOS 5. For the first time ever, every single one of iOS' core apps are getting a completely overhauled design. In iOS 7, Apple has completely revamped what we'll be seeing in our main core...
iOS 7

Apple officially announces iOS 7 at WWDC

As anticipated, Apple has officially announced the latest version of iOS, iOS 7, at WWDC 2013 in San Francisco. CEO Tim Cook took to the stage and called it the "biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone." The initial demo video shows what we'd heard so many rumors about. A...
WWDC

Apple starts dressing Moscone West, shows exactly what we were expecting

iOS 7, right? Apple has started dressing the Moscone West with this years banners, and the latest one shows us exactly what we expect to see. After all, 7 comes right after 6. If indeed this is the logo for the new version of iOS -- noticed by Macstories -- it's definitely a more simple, elegant...
WWDC 2013 wish-list: iMore's top iOS 7 wants!

WWDC 2013 wish-list: iMore's top iOS 7 wants!

From notifications to gestures, sharing to support, here are our number one iOS 7 wishes -- what are yours? What do we want to see in iOS 7? That's a question I've been trying to answer since pretty much the moment after iOS 6 launched last year. But this being the final week before WWDC 2013...
AirDrop

AirDrop wireless sharing rumored to be heading to iOS 7

One week out from WWDC and the latest iOS 7 rumor claims that we may see the AirDrop wireless sharing system integrated into it. AirDrop is a super easy way to transfer files between two Macs, with its simple drag and drop system, and now sources claim that AirDrop is integrated into the standard...
iOS 7 wants: Actionable notifications and push interface

iOS 7 wants: Actionable notifications and push interface

Notification Center debuted in iOS 5 and began transforming Apple's old, unscalable, modal alert system into something less obtrusive and more robust. Unfortunately, iOS 6 spent so much time setting up the future -- kicking Google to the curb, outsourcing social, and improving support for Asia...
iOS

Latest rumors suggest iOS 7 to be "black, white and flat all over"

The latest rumors surfacing about iOS 7 suggest that it will be "black, white and flat all over." Everyone seems to expect that Jony Ive has gone through iOS with the sandblaster, and the latest rumors suggest just that. The latest comes by way of 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman: "Sources have...

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