The Apple IOS 7 Review

Posted: Sep 18 2013, 4:49am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 18 2013, 4:57am CDT, in Reviews | Apple


The Apple iOS 7 Review

Finally, a review of the Apple iOS 7 is here. It points towards many features of the operating system and highlights their plus points and drawbacks.

The Apple iOS 7 is precisely the operating system that everyone has been on the lookout for. Not only does it run on the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C but it also features on various iPhones and iPads from previous times. 

First, let’s discuss the surface features. It design is absolutely superb and has a classic clean look to it. Gone is the false look and a refreshingly beautiful appearance has replaced it. On the whole, it is a good change. The icons have been revamped. 

A brand new Control Center is there in the iOS 7. There is Airplane Mode, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a Do Not Disturb button among the range of choices. 

Meanhwile, a Notification Center also exists besides a Multi-tasking and Search facility. 

The iTunes Radio feature lends music services on this platform. Listen to the sounds that give you pleasure. 

The camera runs on what can only be termed as a “less is more” philosophy. It is a sharp shooter alright. 

Safari is supported smoothly and seamlessly by the iOS 7

As for the Siri service, it happens to be a well-entrenched experience on the system. Sharing, AirDrop and iCloud lend added depth and a whole new dimension to this structural-functional gizmo. 

Finally, the Maps allocation allows for better and safer navigation of the locale. 

The big, bold and beautiful iOS 7 will charm you with its fine features. And though it does require a bit of acclimatization, it is still the best thing around for miles.         

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