We’ve already brought you an iOS 7 review roundup from everyone else, but you may have noticed that the Cult of Mac team published our own iOS 7 review today, too. It’s split up into separate parts to make it easier to digest, and this handy roundup will help you find each part and what it covers.
We’ve taken a look at all of the new features — including Control Center, AirDrop, and iTunes Radio — and all of the improvements Apple made to existing ones, like the Camera app and Notification Center. We’ve also got some tips and tricks that will help you get accustomed to iOS 7 in no time.
- Getting to know the interface
Surprised by how different your home screen looks? It will feel more familiar over time.
- Camera & Photos
Here you’ll find out about all the improvements Apple has made to the Camera and Photos apps, such as the introduction of features like Photo Stream sharing and filters, and a new way to view all of your photos in the gallery.
- AirDrop, Safari & App Store
With AirDrop in iOS 7, you can quickly share photos and more with nearby friends over peer-to-peer Wi-Fi. Buster covers this as well as the changes and improvements Apple has made to the Safari and App Store apps in this section.
- Control Center, Notification Center, Notes, Reminders & Music
Want to know all about the new Control Center and the improvements Apple has made to Notification Center? Then be sure to check out this section, where you’ll also find our review of the new Notes, Reminders, and Music apps — which includes iTunes Radio.
- Game Controllers & Tools For Game Developers
If you’re a big mobile gamer, then iOS 7’s new tools for game developers, such as support for wireless controllers, will surely interest you. You’ll find all that — plus our review of the new Game Center app — in this section.
- 20+ Killer Tips & Tricks For iOS 7
iOS 7 is the biggest change Apple has made to iOS since the original iPhone, so it takes a little getting used to. To help you get settled in faster, check out our best iOS 7 tips and tricks.
iOS 7 is available to download now on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
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