On Wednesday, Apple finally released its latest iOS offering, iOS 7. Within hours of being released, the number of iOS users updating to it were millions. According to recently aggregated statistics, within 48 hours of being released, iOS 7 was already running on nearly 32% iOS devices in North America.
Along with the newly released iOS 7, Apps developers have working hard to redesigning their apps and optimizing those for using with Apple's updated operating system.
In an attempt to make Siri more intelligent and efficient, Apple has added many new features to it in iOS 7. Among the most notable of these features is the ability of Siri to tweak key settings. Now, it has been discovered that a person can use Siri to disable 'Find my iPhone' even if a pass-code has been set.
Can't seems to figure out how to search in iOS 7? Its not beside home screen anymore. Apple bought it forward. Here we have super easy tips on how to search.
The wait is over. iOS 7 is here. User reporting issues with OTA update. So, here we bring in direct download link of iOS 7 for all device including just release, yet hot iPhone 5S and 5C.
Although Apple is yet to publicly roll out iOS 7 on September 18, the talk of a possible jailbreak is already in the air. Pod2g, one of the key hackers who has been behind the jailbreak of past iOS versions, has now hinted that the jailbreak for iOS 7 is going to be a public jailbreak.
Apple is about to bring plenty of new awesome backgrounds and wallpapers to iOS 7. Though it's not released yet, but you can download them right now from here!
Apple seeded iOS 7 Golder Master (GM) to its developers yesterday. However, the surprising part is that the release no longer offers iCloud Keychain support. The option was included in the listed preferences of iOS 7 previously but it is no longer being offered in iOS 7 GM.
Apple has seeded the Golden Master (GM) version of iOS 7 to developers. This represents the final build that will be released to the public on September 18 for installation on existing devices.
Yesterday at a launch event which mustered a lot of fanfare, Apple unveiled the new iPhone 5S handset, running iOS 7. And now Apple has announced that it has started accepting app submissions for iOS 7.