For those of you with Apple products, the new operating system iOS 7 might be an adjustment. We spoke with an Apple expert to show us some of the biggest changes you can expect.
Whether it's an iPhone or iPad, once you update your software to iOS 7, you will immediately notice some changes to your Apple product.
"Everything works the exact same as what it used to. It just looks new and looks different. They've added a few things, but they really haven't taken away anything," Ted Langley said.
Langley is the general manager at Mac Doctors in Sioux Falls and an Apple expert.
He says the change in the look is to help make the products be more user friendly. And while some of the icons don't look like their real-life counterparts any longer, they're now built to be much easier to use.
"They want absolutely every piece of the software to have a form and a function, as opposed to just looking a certain way because that's what you're used to. They found they were limited when they had to make a calendar app look like a physical calendar," Langley said.
Another new feature is designed to help you access some of your most important apps and settings without typing in a password.
"So this is the control center. You've got turn off Bluetooth, or turn off wifi," Langley said.
While there have been complaints from users that they don't have enough memory to download the new software, Langley says after a few adjustments, you will be able to get the update and keep all of your favorite apps.
"With a phone or an iPad, it's different because you actually have to download the information from the internet that you would normally get on a disk. So there has to be enough space on the phone to download that disk information onto the phone. Then it will install it. After that it should free up space again," Langley said.
Langley says if you do have issues downloading the update, try to delete some pictures, music or movies to make space available until the download is complete.