- Jony Ive, Senior VP, Design, Apple
Don't you just think that these are just the perfectly perfect words to utter to describe the new iOS 7? Take it from one of Apple's powerhouse experts. From his words, bet we pretty much know what to expect from the much anticipated release of the Apple iOS 7. Suppose this will be a new experience for everyone who enjoys using their up-to-date Apple gizmos.
Rumours and all sort of what not sprawls around the net every time Apple release something new. Just like the Apple iPhone 6 today, but now it’s time for the then rumoured iOS 7 to break free. However, before you go ahead and update your iOS 6 to iOS 7 and getting those fingers playing around with your new interface and features, let's see if iOS 7 is worth utilizing.
Assuming from the words uttered by Jony Ive, Apple's Senior VP for Design, Apple users should be expecting a simpler yet elegant interface from the iOS 7. And yes, they'll be getting what they were anticipating. iOS 7's user interface is very much different from iOS 6's a bit ho-hum interface which pretty much looks so monochromatic. The iOS 7's interface will definitely entice your eyes with a different look - giving you an array of colours and effects plus some translucencies.
That's just a start. Here's more. Apple just thought of adding convenience in using your Apple device by adding more features, making it the exert-lesser-effort iOS. So what more creature comfort does the new iOS can offer you?
Swipe to Unlock. The previously embraced series of iOS requires you to specifically slide the text “Slide to Unlock” before you can use your gadget. But the iOS 7 would just let you slide any part of the screen to unlock it which means hassle-free unlocking gesture.
Control Centre Made Better. So you think iOS 6’s Control Centre is giving you the convenience in accessing your frequently used apps? Wait until you try iOS 7’s Control Centre which offers additional and new applications which you may want to try, like the AirDrop and AirPlay.
Notification Centre - Something You Might Wanna Enter. Ever missed an update for your apps? Or maybe you wanna see who poked you in Facebook? Perhaps you might want to know who celebrates their birthday today. The new Notification Centre just got it organized for you. Separating the notifications into three tabs, Today. All. Missed, you can now get on your Notification Centre and appreciate it more for its schemed outlook.
Siri Not-So-Weary. The very much accommodating Siri won’t let its attributes be left behind. If you suppose Siri will forever remain a female, then you might be wrong. ‘Cause now, the female Siri you once met has now its male counterpart. But Siri’s surprise doesn’t end there. Siri is now more nimble. This Siri you are about to meet can now adjust your Settings, send messages, make phone calls and yeah, name it. Your wish is Siri’s command. Just talk the way you do and Siri’s got your back. Since Siri is super bright now, why not try her new given talent? Siri has now the capability of choosing the apps you exactly need. So go ahead, ask and let Siri amaze you.
Block the Unwanted. Ever wished someone didn’t have your contact details and bothers you with some random calls, emails, or text messages? Well, the iOS 7 can just grant that wish. The iOS 7 offers a new feature where you can block all your unwelcomed contacts and be free from being bugged by any not-so-embraced person.
These are just some of the amazing features that the new Apple iOS 7 has in store for you. Upgrading your iOS wouldn’t mean you’ll be back to square one. Besides, it looks like the new iOS is not a drastic change after all. Looks like it was just refined further to feast your eyes, amaze you and give you so much convenience.
You might doll up your iPhone with new sorts of iPhone accessories or giving your iPad a fresh look, so why not match its new guise with a new iOS too? That sounds a lot cooler don’t you think? Guess it's time you get rid of your very much memorized iOS 6 which you might be using for like years now. Anyway, updating your Apple iOS can just be a piece of cake.