Apple officially revealed the launch date for iOS 7 at its interview held in Cuppertino, California on Tuesday.

The brand-new os, which CEO Tim Cook hired June the “most significant modification to iOS because the introduction of iPhone,” includes a few visual changes in addition to substantial upgrades over its predecessor, iOS 6. The most important renovations can be discovered in the Control Center, Airdrop, Siri and Multi-tasking functions, with a few modifications to Safari.

iOS 7

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When it comes to the look of iOS 7, Apple has fine-tuned the fonts, interfaces and icons to attain a flatter, even more rounded appearance. The widgets and buttons have been changed with text labels.

CONTROL CENTER has been altered to allow individuals to swipe up from the bottom of the display to gain access to songs, camera apps, use AirDrop, AirPlay, and Plane Mode, and turn Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Do Not Interrupt on and off. These, and various other functions such as brightness and volume control, will overlay the major screen on a clear window.

AIRDROP will now be readily available on mobile devices allowing individuals to engage in wireless file-sharing with family and friends in the area. Any iDevice app which supports Share Sheet will provide the owner the capacity to tap the screen and share numerous products concurrently.

SIRI is undergoing a slight gender overhaul with the choice to choose between a male or female voice for the virtual assistant. She (or he) can likewise browse Twitter and Wikipedia, and now utilizes Bing rather of Google. Siri has found out some brand-new spoken commands also which enable it to adjust brightness, switch on Bluetooth, and play the latest voicemails.

The MULTI-TASKING function has eliminated the icon bar that appeared at the bottom of the screen and changed it with a carousel of screens showing an app currently in use. Tap on an app to utilize it, or swipe up to turn it off.

Thanks to 3D making, SAFARI’s most recent functions provide individuals the choice to have a limitless number of open tabs rather than the optimum of eight discovered on iOS 6. In addition, more display area, upgraded bookmark attributes, and new swipe gestures for easier search history surfing, all make Safari on iOS 7 even more user friendly. Apple has actually also included iCloud Keychain, which the business says:

“can remember your account names, passwords, and charge card numbers for you. And Safari’ll enter them instantly whenever you should sign in to a website or store online. It deals with all … authorized iOS 7 devices and Mac pcs running OS X Mavericks. And with 256-bit AES encryption, it’s extremely protected.”

These are simply a few of the improvements made over previous versions of the mobile os. iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPad 2, iPad 3rd and 4th generation, iPad mini and iPod touch 5th generation owners will all get a chance to experience iOS 7 on September 18th when it’s formally released.