Apple has unveiled iOS 7.0 and it’s billed as the biggest update to the platform since the iPhone first came out. Has it ticked all the boxes, or are we still left with unfulfilled features on that wish list?
At WWDC, Apple unveiled iOS 7, which has a completely new flat look. The redesign is the first change to the iPhone's software since it debuted in 2007 and an acknowledgement by Apple that sometimes you have to fix what isn't broken.
It's over. It's done. The iOS 7 rumor mill can finally rest. Yes, Apple has at last unveiled its new mobile operating system, bringing with it lots of new features. However, not all iDevices will be able to run its new offering.
Apple spent almost half of WWDC 2013 talking about the Mac and OS X. In doing so, the company has proven that it hasn't forgotten the desktop just yet, giving Mac power users reason to remain faithful to OS X.
Apple has finally introduced the world to its Pandora-challenging, Spotify-rivaling streaming service, iTunes Radio. But this brief look doesn't confirm anything beyond yet another competitor in the digital music market.