After updating to iOS 7 opens up a new world on your iPhone and iPad. We’ve gathered 10 good tips for iOS 7.
Apple has released a major update to iOS operating system on the iPhone and iPad.
On the surface is the design changed a bit from iOS to iOS 7, but 6 different locations in the system, there are also a number of news.
Below you will find 10 tips that you as a user should know about 7 iOS.
You can also share your own tips via the comments box below the article.
See also our web-TV feature where we will guide you through the iOS 7 features.
Spotlight search is moved
So far, the spotlight search, where you can search the phone, been placed entirely on the far left, when one has been looking through between home screens.
With iOS 7 search feature has kept moving day. Now it’s just to pull down the image in the middle of the home screen, and then the search box pops up in the top and bottom comes forth in the keyboard.
You can determine which items on the device to be searched via Spotlight search. This is changed via Settings – General – Spotlight search.
Control center at the bottom
There are now easy access to activate and deactivate Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, airplane mode, Rotation and do not disturb.
Drag up from the bottom of the screen, after which the control center will appear.
Here you can also adjust the light and volume and use the new function AirDrop.
View the time on text messages
Some of the most irritated by message-part on the iPhone is that it is not at all messages, can see when they are sent and received.
In SMS-list (and on iMessage) in iOS 7, you can view the times on all messages, by taking hold of a text-bubble, and pull to the left, after which there will be a new column forward on the right side.
Go back and forth without buttons
There is more emphasis on movements in iOS 7, than in the previous versions.
This is seen among other things in Safari browsers, text messages and e-mails.
Instead of tapping on a screen button to go back to the previous website or to go from a SMS-message to message list, you can now drag from the left side of the screen to the right.
It works pretty good and very intuitive when first feature just comes into your skin.
How to close apps
Previously, you had to press twice on the home button, holding on the on the application that needed to be closed, and shortly after pressing the Red sign on the top left of the app icon.
In iOS 7 is shutdown of applications become easier.
Click twice on the home button, locate the application you want to close, and then you slaving all thumbnail led by app up towards the top.
AirDrop – share pictures with others
With this function you can share pictures and Airdrop contacts with other iOS users.
Go into the gallery and find the picture you want to share. Press the sharing icon in the lower-left corner (a box with an arrow up). Now you can see just below the image and the AirDrop units nearby, which has the feature enabled.
Click the name you want to share with, and then the image will be transferred.
If non-AirDrop is enabled, it can be done from the control center (drag up from the bottom). Select AirDrop and specify whether it is “All” or “Only contact” to use this feature together with.
Contacts can be shared in the same way.
AirDrop works only with iPhone 5 and newer models of the iPad and iPhone.
View current list in calendar
The calendar has still only fair, monthly and yearly view. A week view is therefore not possible to get forward.
But a day’s list can be displayed. Here, press Search (magnifying glass) at the top right.
Messages: move, answer, quick erase
Directly from the mail list, you can get various useful features forward, just by dragging the bar with the message from right to left.
Recycle Bin delete message and under “More” can be found, among other things, Reply, forward, Set the flag, move, etc.
Hit the moving background from
You will notice that the background image on the front is moving a bit when the phone is moved.
This feature makes the system a little more lively, but it also uses a bit of power.
The moving background of disabled via Settings – General – Availability – decrease the movement.
Block for power hungry apps
With iOS 7 can applications update their content or use location services in the background. This can be a potential power swallows.
It is possible to control which apps must seize this opportunity – this allows you to extend the battery life a bit.
Settings – General – update apps in the background.
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