Apple users all across the world are getting their first full day with Apple's latest software. But this isn’t just a little update.
While software updates are a common thing for cell phone users, Apple is making a big statement with their latest upgrade.
Since Apple released its first iPhone back in 2007, the look of the physical phone has changed some but the icons and generally the way you use it hasn’t changed, until now.
Now, the look of many of the icons is completely different and it may take many users a little time to get used to the change. But, the most important thing users should know is while things look a little different, they are mostly the same.
You’ll find all of your Apps and setting in the same place that you are used too. It may just look a little different. For example, you’ll notice a change in look to your Notes App. Instead of a yellow background; it’s now white.
You’ll also notice some new features like a Control Center. You’ll find that by sliding up from the bottom of your screen.
You may also notice your Notification Center looks a little bit different.
But, why the change many are asking? Well, Apple Specialists say one of the main reasons is because a new man is in charge of Apple's software design.
iOS 7 will only run on iPhone 4 and later, as well as the iPad 2, retina display iPad and fifth-generation iPod touch. Users of these Apple products can download the new operating system for free.