Lost in iOS 7

With Apple’s latest release of their famed mobile operating system, many users feel lost with the many changes made in the design of things. Some things appear to have moved, and some have completely vanished. We will help you navigate around this update, and make the change a breeze.

One of the biggest changes that users are having issues with are the new gestures integrated into the system.

Probably the most useful is the “Control Center.” This is accessible in any app and even the lock screen by swiping up from the bottom of the screen. The Control Center lets you turn on/off your Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Airplane mode, and Do not disturb settings at any time. It also lets you adjust brightness, adjust media settings (Play/Pause/Skip/Etc.), as well as connecting to “Airdrop/Airplay.” Arguably, the best feature of Control Center is its quick access to a new flashlight app, clock, calculator, and camera apps.

Notification Center is still accessible by swiping down from the top of the screen. There is a nifty new arrangement giving three tabs of today, all, and missed. Speaking of things missed you may miss the Weather being included in the Notifications Center. Do not worry though they have an updated and prettier looking weather app.

The most troubling change for most is that Spotlight (The search screen) the screen to the left of the home screen is missing. There is no need for panic simply swipe down from the center of the home screen to access the search function.

There are far too many more features, and changes in iOS 7 to mention in this article. That said if you have an issue, or question feel free to contact us. We would be glad to help.