Applerevealed yesterday that the new iOS7 mobile operating system will be available for download on September 18th. iOS7 is quite different to the current iOS6 you have on your iPhone today. Colors, fonts and icons are just the obvious differences, but there are more. Are you ready for the new OS or do you hold off on upgrading. You will have to learn new stuff and get adjusted to where some of the features are on iOS7. Is the new factor bigger than the effort of managing the change?
Usually I always upgrade right away. Although I do not feel any pain right now with the use of the iPhone. Will iOS7 dramatically change my iPhone experience? Probably not. Maybe some of the new features will make it into my daily routine. The biggest impact will likely be the new camera features of iOS7.
Of course expect slow downloads speeds when Apple opens the iOS7 downloads. You either hit right when they release it or you better wait a day until the dust settles.
Watch Apple's iOS7 video below.
Find more Apple News and Rumors in our Apple News Hub and on our new real-time Apple news site Apple Balla. Apple is set to have an exciting fall and holiday season with the release of iOS 7 and OS Maverick in addition to a slew of new devices including the iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPad 5, iPad mini 2, Mac Pro, MacBook Air, iMac and MacBook Pro. There might also be something completely new that we do not know about. It is likely not the iWatch, which is expected for 2014.
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