iOS7 Features Include Updated Camera App, Automatic App Updates, And More

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Apple is calling iOS 7 the "biggest change" to the iPhone since the iPhone was originally introduced -- and from the looks of things that's no exaggeration.

At the Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday in San Francisco, Eddy Cue, Apple's senior vice president of Internet Software and Services, announced all the new features that will be available to iPhone users via the new iOS, which will be released to the public this fall.

Folders can now hold hundreds of apps, rather than just a few. iOS7 will also include a new feature called the Control Center, which will hold all of the phone's functions that users need most often, including brightness, Wi-Fi and the flashlight.


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Apple is calling iOS 7 the "biggest change" to the iPhone since the iPhone was originally introduced -- and from the looks of things that's no exaggeration.

At the Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday in San Francisco, Eddy Cue, Apple's senior vice president of Internet Software and Services, announced all the new features that will be available to iPhone users via the new iOS, which will be released to the public this fall.

Folders can now hold hundreds of apps, rather than just a few. iOS7 will also include a new feature called the Control Center, which will hold all of the phone's functions that users need most often, including brightness, Wi-Fi and the flashlight.


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