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PostSubject: iOS 7.0 Beta 1 Released   Wed Jun 12, 2013 4:34 am

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PostSubject: Re: iOS 7.0 Beta 1 Released   Wed Jun 12, 2013 4:35 am

Apple's WWDC will kick off on today. Here's what you should expect to see, and what you shouldn't

On 24 April, Apple announced that its annual Worldwide Developers
Conference will take place in San Francisco from 10 June to 14 June.
Speculation about what could be unveiled during the conference includes a
new Mac Pro, new MacBooks, iPhone 6, iPad 5, a new iPad mini an
iWatch, an Apple Television and more. In a press release, Apple
revealed that developers in attendance will be treated to an "in-depth
look" at the future of iOS and OS X, which we expect means previews of
iOS 7 and OS X 10.9, Apple's next mobile and Mac operating systems, at
WWDC 2013

"At the five-day conference, developers from around the world will
learn about the future of iOS and OS X, enabling them to create
incredible new apps with innovative features," the press release reads.
"WWDC will also feature more than 100 technical sessions presented by
over 1,000 Apple engineers, hands-on labs to help developers integrate
new technologies, as well as the popular Apple Design awards, a
showcase of the most outstanding apps available through the App Store
and Mac App Store."

All 5,000 tickets for the event, which cost £1,050 each, sold out
within two minutes – a record for Apple. In 2012, it took two hours for
the tickets to sell out, and the previous year's tickets sold out in
10 hours. "Enthusiasm for WWDC 2013 has been incredible," Apple wrote
on its Developer site shortly after the tickets were released. For
those developers unable to attend, Apple will be posting videos of all
the sessions online during the conference

WWDC 2013: What to expect

WWDC will kick off with an Apple keynote today. Here, we've rounded up
all new Apple products that are rumoured to be in the pipeline, and
shared our thoughts about how likely we are to see those products
unveiled at WWDC this year.

Last year, Apple launched its Retina MacBook Pro at the WWDC 2012
keynote, and also showed off iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion previews, so
Apple watchers are eagerly anticipating what is in store at this year's
event.

See: WWDC history: Apple product launches from the past 10 years
Apple insider Jim Dalrymple from The Loop (previously of Macworld) has
shared his predictions about what's in store at Apple's WWDC. He
expects that there won't be a new iPhone or iPad unveiling, but that
iOS 7 will be the talking point of the event, with new Macs and OS X
announcements too.

It's pretty certain that we'll get our first look at iOS 7 at WWDC this
year, despite rumours that "dramatic changes" in the new mobile
operating system risk putting Apple behind schedule.

In May, Bloomberg cited anonymous sources in a report that suggests
Apple design guru Jony Ive, who took on software design
responsibilities in addition to his hardware design leadership
following an executive shakeup at Apple last year, has envisioned a
major revamp of iOS for the next iteration. This rumour was backed up
by Apple CEO Tim Cook during his D11 interview in May, when he
confirmed that Ive has been "key" in the development of iOS 7.

It's been reported that, as a result of the shakeup, which saw former
software boss Scott Forstall leave the company, Ive has ordered a major
redesign of iOS, which has not seen an overhaul since it was rolled
out in 2007. This redesign is expected to be "flatter" and will likely
see the end of skeuomorphic design elements that Forstall is said to
have loved, such as realistic-looking wooden bookshelves and sticking
within apps.

Bloomberg's sources said that Ive has been "exploring more dramatic
changes" for the calendar and email apps in iOS, and is also
"methodically reviewing" new designs, but added that these changes may
not be ready this year and therefore might be pushed back to following
releases.

These significant changes mean that engineers been "racing" to finish iOS 7 in time to preview it at WWDC today.

And now the question: What is coming?






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PostSubject: iOS7 is out : Innovation is back at Apple - A new standard made to take over android?    Wed Jun 12, 2013 4:37 am

Apple iOS 7 Promo video..youtube..



iOS7
is out! as expected in the news package proposed by Apple during the 1st day of the WWDC 2013 the new OS shown itself.
Apple had again to think and push his team members over the limits to
get it ready for today and get the positive feedback needed to take
again the distance from android.
Innovation was the main theme in the convept list for this new iOS7,
called by Dan Moren "The biggest change in iOS since the introduction
of the iPhone"

Some points been highligther during the public intruduction today:

More info in the Weather app. Slight animations in the background

Calendar's redesigned

Multiple plages of folders.

Full-screen edge-to-edge photos in Mail

Swipe down from top for Notification Center:
Can see all or missed notifications, and a "Today" view which shows
you weather, calendar, stocks, and even a quick look at tomorrow.

Comprehensive end-to-end redesign: It's like getting an entirely new phone

Control Center. So simple, and yet so
essential with switches you want to get to. Swipe up from the bottom of
device, you can Settings (including Airplane Mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth)
and brightness, media controls, and soon.
Now multitasking for all apps in iOS 7 With great battery life : If you
have an app you're using throughout the day, iOS will notice the
pattern of use and will provide that app with frequent power to do
stuff in the background. If it notices you use an app only a couple
times a day, it'll prep it beforehand.

Opportunistic updates. When the user powers
up their phone, it'll update apps in the background. It also detects
network situation, and it batchs updates when you fire up an app.

The easiest way to share with the people right around you:
Bring up the share sheet, and friends around you show up right thtere.
Tap on one and they'll get a panel on their display where they can
accept what you're sharing. Sharing with multiple people, just tap them.
"No need to wander around the room, bumping your phone."

Peer to peer Wi-Fi and securely encrypted. Supported on the iPhone 5, fourth-generation iPad, iPad mini, and fifth-generation iPod touch

The camera: four cameras in one. Swipe from photo camera to video camera to square camera, to panorama.

Live photo filters : Using metadata, Photos can organize them into "moments." Automatically organizes your pictures depending on when and where you took them.

Siri has gorgeous new interface. Sound wave
across the bottom and new results panel and new voice, male or female.
Now you can say "Play my last voicemail" or "Turn on Bluetooth" or
"Increase my brightness"

Music app in iOS 7, is for Dan Moren beyond a doubt the "best music player Apple have ever done".
Beautiful artist images right in your library. Tap an artist and you
see songs; not just the songs on your device, all the purchased songs
in your library. Not just you purchased music. In video apps you can
all of your movies and TV shows right from iCloud right in your library

10 amazing features in iOS 7, and comprehensive end-to-end redesign. And of course, all on iPad as well

More on iOS 7 than time. Now, you can do audio-only FaceTime.
Notification sync; dismiss a notification on one, and they go away on
all.

Activation lock : Hundreds of millions use
Find My iPhone to find their phone, but also when it's been stolen -
Now, with activation lock, if a thief tries to turn off Find My iPhone
or wipe the device entirely, they won't be able to reactivate it unless
they have your Apple ID and password.

Major release for developers as well : Over 1500 APIs, iBeacons for Bluetooth LE micro-location.

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PostSubject: All you want to know abt iOS 7,Compatibility and much more.[Publicly Avail this Fall]    Wed Jun 12, 2013 4:38 am


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Apple
today unveiled iOS 7, the most significant iOS update since the
original iPhone, featuring a new skinny and flat user interface.


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iOS 7 is
completely redesigned with subtle motion, an elegant color palette and
distinct, functional layers that make it feel more alive. The
typography has been refined for a cleaner, simpler look, and the use of
translucency and motion makes even simple tasks more engaging. iOS 7
has hundreds of great new features, including Control Center,
Notification Center, improved Multitasking, AirDrop, enhanced Photos,
Safari, Siri and introduces iTunes Radio, a free Internet radio service
based on the music you listen to on iTunes.




iOS 7 introduces Control Center.
Now the controls you want to access quickly are all in one convenient
place. With just one swipe from the bottom of your screen, you have
access to controls for Airplane Mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or Do Not
Disturb, and the ability to adjust screen brightness, pause or play a
song, jump to the next track and stream your music with AirPlay. Control
Center also gives you instant access to apps such as Clock, Camera,
Calculator and the Flashlight.


With iOS 7, Notification Center
is now available from the Lock screen so you can see all your
notifications with a simple swipe, and the new Today feature in
Notification Center gives you an at-a-glance view of your day with a
summary of the important details such as weather, traffic, meetings and
events.


With improved Multitasking
in iOS 7, developers have the ability to enable any app to multitask
in the background with a new API. Users have the ability to switch
between their apps in a more visual and intuitive way, and iOS 7 pays
attention to which apps you use most and automatically keeps your
content up to date in the background.


AirDrop
is an entirely new way to quickly and easily share content with people
nearby. When you’ve got something you want to share, AirDrop shows you
your contacts close by. Just select who you want to share with and
AirDrop does the rest. AirDrop transfers are peer-to-peer so you can use
it anywhere, without any network or set up required, and transfers are
fully encrypted so your content is protected and private.


iPhones are used to take more photos around the world every day than any other camera, and with iOS 7 the new Camera
app features filters so you can add real-time photo effects. The
Camera app now includes a square camera option, and you can quickly and
easily switch between your four cameras—video, photo, square and
panorama—with just a swipe.


iOS 7 includes a redesigned Photos app
that introduces Moments, a new way to automatically organize your
photos and videos based on time and location. You can zoom out to see
all your photos organized by Moments, Collections of Moments and Years.
iOS 7 includes iCloud Photo Sharing, the easiest way to share just the
photos you want with just the people you want. With iCloud Photo
Sharing, family and friends can contribute their own photos and videos
to your shared photo streams, and the new Activity view displays updates
from your shared streams all in one place.


Safari’s
redesigned user interface lets you see more of your content—starting
with full-screen browsing. The new smart search field helps simplify
searching, and there’s a new view for your bookmarks and your Safari
tabs. With iCloud Keychain, your passwords and credit card information
are securely stored and available on all your devices, so navigating
password protected sites or autofilling during transactions is simple
and secure. Enhanced Parental Controls allow you to automatically block
access to ***** websites or only allow access to a specific set of
permitted websites.


Siri
sounds better than ever with new male and female voices and includes
Twitter search integration, so you can ask Siri what people are saying
on Twitter*. Siri also now has Wikipedia integration, providing access
to the world’s most popular Internet reference site. Siri offers Bing
web search within the app and the ability to change device settings and
play back voicemail.


The Music app
has a beautiful new design and includes the new iTunes Radio, a free
Internet radio service featuring over 200 stations and an incredible
catalog of music from the iTunes Store, combined with features only
iTunes can deliver. iTunes Radio is the best way to discover new music.
When you tune into iTunes Radio on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac,
PC or Apple TV, you’ll have access to stations inspired by the music
you already listen to, Featured Stations curated by Apple and
genre-focused stations that are personalized just for you. iTunes Radio
evolves based on the music you play and download. The more you use
iTunes Radio and iTunes, the more it knows what you like to listen to
and the more personalized your experience becomes. iTunes Radio also
gives you access to exclusive “first listen” premieres from top selling
artists, Siri integration plus the ability to buy anything you hear
with just one tap.


With over 900,000 apps, the App Store
is the world’s largest app marketplace. iOS 7 now features Popular
Apps Near Me, a new way to find apps based on your current location,
and iOS 7 will automatically keep your apps up to date. The App Store
also comes with a new Kids category, allowing teachers and parents to
easily discover apps for children by age.



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Additional new iOS 7 features include:

a new Find My iPhone Activation Lock feature that requires your Apple
ID and password before you can turn off Find My iPhone, erase data or
re-activate a device after it’s been remotely erased;

● Night Mode in Maps that responds to ambient light when you use it in the dark;
● FaceTime audio for high quality calls over a data network;
● Notification sync, so when you dismiss a notification on one device it is dismissed on all of your devices;
● Phone, FaceTime and Messages blocking to prevent specific people from being able to contact you;

Tencent Weibo support for users in China, a Chinese-English bilingual
dictionary, and improved Chinese input including handwriting
recognition for multiple Chinese characters;

● the ability for businesses to more efficiently deploy and manage iPhones and iPads; and
● enhanced in-car integration, bringing an Apple designed experience into the car for the first time.

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The iOS 7 beta software and SDK are available immediately for iOS Developer Program members at developer.apple.com.
iOS 7 will be available as a free software update for
iPhone 4 and later
iPad 2 and later
iPad mini and iPod touch (fifth generation) this fall.
Some features may not be available on all products.

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