iOS 7 Video Walkthrough: My Favourite Changes [WATCH]


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By now you have probably seen what iOS 7 has to offer, but here is a quick video walkthrough of my favourite changes in iOS. Of course it does not cover everything, but it should give you an exciting glimpse of what to expect when the public release of iOS 7 arrives this fall:

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  • disappointed

    lol, ios7 – welcome to year 2008?
    had control center since iphone 3g. terrible.

    one … lame i might add theme.

    corel draw 1995 icons… this is innovation? really?

    camera improvements… really? how many apps are there that do this already?

    not expecting miracles from you, apple. but something innovative… anything.???

    most of all, i am disappointed some people are eating this up.

  • crosseyed_mofo

    having played with it for almost a week i gotta say hands down the most welcome feature is unlimited apps in folders… which to me should have been so since the get go

  • Chrome262

    Thanks for the video, nice most of the JB features I wanted are here.

  • Nice video. I thought you had to sign a NDA to download iOS 7.

  • Al

    I’m surprised how people in various media are constantly stressing that this is “only a beta”. I don’t think I’ve ever heard that used so frequently before with iOS beta releases. It’s as if nobody is really happy with this and they are desperately hoping that things will significantly change.
    I often hear it mentioned with regard to the icons – which I believe is beyond wishful thinking. Apple has spent significant resources developing and finalizing those PoS icons. I am doubtful they will make time to revisit them at this stage – Because, honestly, they need to scrap the entire collection and start again, and they may not have the time (and may not want to admit they screwed up).

    This beta was intended for developers. That means it is really, really close to the final product. Yes, they will tweak it a bit and fix any issues that come up, but don’t hold your breath people… This is pretty much it.

  • FragilityG4

    Sorry I can’t seem to formulate a worthy response to this incoherent jargon … I guess that’s because it’s incoherent jargon … Sadly, its all too typical of a trolling fAndroid … Must be that three year old Twinkie Sandwich OS …

  • dissapointed still

    i have owned iphones since iphone3g (iphone4, iphone5 (and ipads))

    typical reply from an apple fanboi, assume it’s android trolls. lol.

    let me spell it out for you, then.
    ios7 is bringing nothing new

    boring AND lame.

  • FragilityG4

    Compared to what? I only ask since you have such a deep love and admiration for Apple products and clearly could not possible use an Android device ….

  • zzz

    compared to anything.
    they used to lead, now they barely follow.
    its sad.

    and yes, maybe i do need to switch. and that is what makes me angry and disappointed.

  • FragilityG4

    Examples? Is the S4 that much better? If so why are they projected to miss their sales quota this quarter? Windows phones? Blackberry??
    For once I would love for a hater or hater in training to bring something more to the discussion than their usual nonsensical, baseless cliches. Give examples why iOS is “so behind” … I personally don’t see it.
    Do I think Apple is farther ahead of the pack as they once were? No, but they certainly are not trailing.
    Besides, how did the competition catch up? They looked at the iPhone. Haters love the word “innovation” or “lack there of” … My question is what has Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Nokia, Blackberry, Goggle, Windows etc done that is “innovating” since iPhones inception … Methinks that list is very short.

  • WatDah

    Amen. You can say that again and again and again. They all know how to bark but can’t bite.

  • Yup. I agree. As much as I want things like the icons to change, I don’t think that’s likely to happen. That being said, it is possible that they will make changes if they get enough feedback about certain issues. I sent in feedback about the primarily white theme, hoping that perhaps they’ll release the OS with a toggle to switch it to a primarily black theme, although I’m doubtful that they’ll make that happen as well.

    The one thing I could see them changing is adding one or two surprise features that don’t have much to do with developers, like they did with Siri upon the iPhone 4S release. But I agree that pretty much all of what we’re seeing now isn’t going to change.

  • Personally, I can kind of see his point. I’m Apple all the way, and I was super excited to see the new features announced in the Keynote (watched it live and everything) but I realized once it was over that all of the new features announced were things that other mobile operating systems already had. It kinda felt like Apple just caught up, features-wise. I didn’t see anything that blew my mind conceptually (like the introduction of the original iPhone did).

    Now, all of that being said, I do like that Apple waits to implement features until they can perfect them. I still think they carry an edge with their products in the way they “just work” and how perfectly stuff like the touchscreen response is calibrated, and how various elements come together. Granted, I haven’t used other phones much but every time I pick one up, it just seems slightly off in the way that it responds to my inputs. That to me is why Apple is worth it.

  • Al

    Look up the word “jargon”, Fragility – you’re using it wrong.

    The comments… “had control center since iphone 3g” (what “control center”) and “one … lame i might add theme” (English please) are difficult to comprehend.
    Everything else he said is valid.

  • FragilityG4

    • A form of language regarded as barbarous, debased or hybrid.

    Not sure where the problem is there …

  • Al

    The most commonly used form is as a specialized language used by people in the same profession (ex; technical terms, etc.). It’s obvious what you really meant to say was “gibberish”.

  • FragilityG4

    Because a word is commonly used in one context does not preclude its meaning in another. In this case I meant it the way I used it and I did not intend to use the word gibberish. Had my intention been to use the word gibberish, I can assure you I would have done just that. Do not pretend to know, or assume, my intentions or thoughts; you may think its “obvious” when it is likely quite to the contrary.