A few months after iOS 7 was first shown off by Apple at its World Wide Developer Conference, the wait is finally over. iOS 7 is now available for iOS users around the world to download, install and start putting to use.
With the number of changes Apple included in iOS 7 there's bound to be questions regarding how to use old and new features alike. But that's what we're here for. Below you'll find a roundup of posts covering every possible aspect of iOS 7 we think should be covered; all of which will show you how to take advantage of a new feature, or how to access an old one.
Be sure to do a bit of prep work to make the upgrade easier on both yourself and your iOS device before installing the latest update.
Back up your data
Although it's not likely you'll run into trouble with the new OS, better safe than sorry. Here's a quick refresher on backing up your data.
Ready to make the move to your new operating system? Here's how.
iOS 7 contains visual changes aplenty, but it also includes one new gesture that iOS users are going to want to take advantage of.
In the past, double-clicking the home button would reveal app icons you could then long press on and close out -- not on iOS 7.
Learn how to create, edit, customize, and share stations on iTunes Radio using your iOS device.
Mail has some new tricks up its sleeve on iOS 7. See what you're in for with the newest version of the app.
Apple has redesigned the Camera app for iOS 7, adding new features and navigation options. Here's how to use them.
One of the coolest features of Apple's iPhone 5S is the ability to record and share slo-mo videos. Here's what you need to know.
Launching Safari for the first time after updating to iOS 7 can be a shock. This post will help you find your way around the new version of the mobile browser.
You can now save items from iTunes and Apple's App Store to a Wish List on iOS 7.
Do Not Disturb
Control whether or not you'll see and hear alerts when using your device in Do Not Disturb mode on the latest version of iOS.
Apple has finally given iOS users quick access to frequently used settings from anywhere -- it's called Control Center.
Settings to change
Turn off auto-updates
If you're someone who would prefer to remain in control of which apps update and when on your iOS device you'll want to read this.
Don't waste data
Prune which apps can eat into your data plan on iOS 7 by turning off access to cellular data.
Disable Background App Refresh
With the new background option for developers in iOS 7, you may find your battery not living up to expectations. Luckily you can disable apps from running in the background..
Fix your font
Adjusting the font size on iOS 7 no longer only applies to select apps. Here's how you can make text larger, or smaller.
Apple has given up control of Newsstand, letting users decide if it stays on the home screen or in a folder.
Not a fan of being able to access Notification Center on the lock screen with iOS 7? Don't worry, you have control over it.
Make Siri a man?
With iOS 7 you get to choose whether you'd like a male or female version of Siri to interact with.
Be sure to keep coming back to this post as we continue to roll out posts with more helpful iOS 7 tips. If you think we're leaving something out, please let us know in the comments.
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