10 Facts About IOS 71


IOS 71 7 is the seventh major release of the iOS mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc, being the successor to iOS 6.

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IOS 71 7 introduced a completely redesigned user interface, a design credited to a team led by Apple's former senior vice president of design, Jony Ive.

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IOS 71 7 introduced a complete visual overhaul of the user interface.

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IOS 71 7 introduced AirDrop, a wireless sharing technology accessible from the share icon, which lets users send files from their local device to other, nearby iOS devices.

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IOS 71 7 introduced the Control Center, a menu that users can access by swiping up from the bottom of the screen, providing access to frequently used settings such as Airplane Mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Do Not Disturb Mode, and Rotation Lock.

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IOS 71 7 overhauled the Notification Center, with both visual and functional changes.

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IOS 71 7 allowed the user to change Siri's gender, with new options for male and female voices.

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IOS 71 7 came with new wallpapers that included a "Parallax" effect; the icons appear to be moving as the user moves the phone around, producing an "illusion that the icons are floating above the background wallpaper".

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IOS 71 7 introduced a square photo mode for the Camera app, enabling "Instagram-style photos".

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IOS 71 7 has its own FaceTime app on iPhone, with FaceTime Audio, a feature that allows users to call while on Wi-Fi.

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