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iOS 7 review

When the highly awaited iOS 7 software update was released this past month, I told myself I would wait a while to download it. But after giving into the hype, I found myself downloading it the same day it came out. After an hour of waiting and the update finally finish. When the highly awaited iOS 7 software update was released this past month, I told myself I would wait a while to download it. But after giving into the hype, I found myself downloading it the same day it came out. After an hour of waiting and the update finally finished installing on my phone,my immediate thought was, “This is way too bright.” The colors and graphics are definitely enhanced, but after playing around with it, it grew on me. The clean and modern layout is what most people were excited about, but with the update came many more tweaks. For those of you who never used the newsstand app, you will be pleased to hear that you can finally put it in a folder! Since I never used newsstand to read magazines or newspapers, it was irritating to have to see it every day just sitting there having no use. The update also came with a built-in flashlight, eliminating the need for a flashlight app. One of the most exciting new features is iTunes Radio, which is pretty much identical to Pandora. Pandorausers may also find themselves deleting this app as well.
All in all, I have no major complaints. If you’re debating whether or not to install the update, I would say go for it. It’s like having a new phone! It may need some patience and getting used to, but personally, I think it is worth it.

Posted: Oct 10, 2013 by Kanika Hav

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