Apple has given iOS an entirely new look and feel, but it has also revealed a revamped suite of core apps like Photos, Camera, Calendar, Weather and others, added new services like iTunes Radio and features like AirDrop, while also making it less beneficial for thieves to steal your iPhone, and much more.
Coming back with a cleaner and modern look, iOS 7 has upgraded the default apps that ship with iOS devices out of the box. For example the camera has been updated with built-in Instagram-like filters, and the ability to swap between the different camera modes like “panoramic” or the new “square” camera view.
Siri has been given more system control features, such as playing back your voicemails, turning on or off things like Bluetooth, increasing or decreasing screen brightness and more. Users can use commands like “turn on/off Bluetooth” or “increase/decrease the brightness” to operate Siri. Other features include male and female voices which can now speak French and German with more languages coming “in time.” It has also now integrated Twitter, Wikipedia and search results from Bing, so it can do things like read you Wikipedia entries or pull up web results.
Along with Siri and the camera’s upgraded features comes the new built-in experience called Air Drop, a new way to share photos with other iPhone users. Photos and videos can be shared peer-to-peer over Wi-Fi connections with nearby users on newer iOS devices; they can also be shared via Facebook, Twitter, email, and into iCloud photo streams.
Another pretty cool feature would be their “Activation Lock.” The new security feature is designed to prevent a thief from reactivating a stolen iPhone, or turning off the Find My iPhone signal without the owner’s iCloud username and password, which makes the iPhone or iPad unusable to the individual. For thieves out there stealing iOS devices the tasks seems to have just gotten even more difficult. It will act as theft prevention for all iOS device users.
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