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Back in September of 2013, Apple released its newest iteration of iOS 7, and marked the biggest release of iOS since Steve Jobs showed the world the first iPhone in 2007. As Evernote’s CEO, Phil Libin, puts it, the day iOS7 Launch was “the biggest day in technology ever. There has never been another day like this in the history of the universe where hundreds of millions of people will see a big change to something that they’re used to. Nothing of this scale has ever occurred.”
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Apple recently released iOS 7, it’s new operating system for mobile devices. What Apple has done with iOS 7 successful, captivating, and practical software user interface. The redesigning of their color scheme and icons demonstrate Apples’ commitment to making the software not just a way to access an app or listen to music, but a way to enjoy every part of the technology that you’re using. The introduction of the Control Panel in iOS 7 promises new functionality and ease of access to commonly used features and settings and the intuitive new multi tasking design allows users to readily switch between commonly used apps.
In a move that made history for the tech giant, Apple released twonew products on September 10th: the iPhone 5S and 5C. Similar to last year’s 4S, the 5S is a new and improved version of the previous iPhone. Coming in gold, silver and metallic black, the 5S is already looking to be more eye-catching and higher quality than the iPhone 5.