iOS 7- What and What Not to Think

iOS 7- What and What Not to Think


There are many opinions floating around in tech circles about iOS 7, Apple’s latest mobile software for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. However, these opinions are not all the same. There are strong arguments from both sides of the issue. Some say iOS 7 is what Apple needs to get back ahead of Samsung, but others think that it will not be able to accomplish this goal. So, with all these opinions out there, what is the average Apple user to do?

Well, let me start by saying that if you want iOS 7, you might have to upgrade your device. If you have an Apple Product that is currently being sold by Apple retail, you’re good. But if you don’t, you’ll have to upgrade for iOS 7.

Just to give a little background, iOS 7 is dramatically different from iOS 6. It features a dynamic new UI (user interface) design, and comes with many sleek new features like iTunes Radio. In my opinion, it is a worthy upgrade. To form your own opinion, I would recommend reading a full summary of the new features from a website like Macworld, or watching the WWDC Keynote Address for yourself. (See external links below).

ios 7 screen

Some tech writers say that iOS 7 is not a worthy upgrade. These people believe that the UI update is not going to be effective and that Apple should have pursued something that was “actually a gamechanger”. I have to respectfully disagree with them. I believe the sleek new update with its new features will definitely help Apple, but don’t take my word for it! Look it up and form your own opinion! Also, look out for iOS 7 this fall!

-The Editor

External links:
Macworld Article on iOS 7
Watch the WWDC 2013 Keynote


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