The iOS 7 has just arrived. As pronounced last week, the Apple on Wednesday launched a major update of operating system which runs on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
Among its new features: A new ‘flatter’ look and feel, with the revamped fonts, icons, and some other visual components; upgrades to such stock applications as Calendar, Safari, Camera, Messages and Mail; a new easy to access control center, from which you can easily adjust normally used settings without excavating into the settings app itself, enhanced multitasking, iTunes Radion and of course many more.
The release leads by 2 days the appearance of iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S. Moreover, those two new iPhones, the new iOS 7 will also run on iPhone 4 or later, iPad 2 or later, iPod touch 5th generation or later. Note, Though, that some those grown-up device might not support every feature in new iOS.
You can also upgrade to a new operating system in one of 2 ways: directly from your iDevice itself (settings > general > software update) or through the typical tethered approach by simply connecting your iDevice to the computer through USB cable, then updating from the iTunes.
The upgrade is absolutely free.