Which is better iOS 6 or iOS 7?

| September 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

Which is better iOS 6 or iOS 7?

We’ve also wrote on the pros and cons of iOS 7 but today we come with the competition that is going to be held between two operating system updates, which one is better iOS 6 or iOS 7?

Here we’ll discuss some features that  come from iOS 6 or iOS 7.

We don’t see any big changes between these two iOS 6 and iOS 7 in the navigation territory. Like in the iOS 6, you are still presented with the screen of icons, you still have an ability to swipe right or left to get next pages and quick launch bar is still there that is located on the bottom side of the screen. While some icons have been changed, which isn’t important. The notable changes you can feel between the iOS 6 and iOS 7 when you use some built-in functions.

With the iOS 7 nested folders you will no need to browse via folders categorized Games 3, Games 4, Games 5 etc. but now can have up to 14 pages within the folder means you can have about 126 apps. Oh that’s really sounds great.

Which is better iOS 6 or iOS 7?

If you have upgraded to the iOS 7 and selected to open a new install, you might observe many blue dots around your application labels. These blue dots are the Apple’s latest way to allowing you to know you have not run the application yet. I ain’t sure how is that beneficial while many people found difficulty with that feature.

Let me tell you my favorite feature regarding folder in the iOS 7 is ‘’the default ability’’ to relocate the useless Newsstand app’s icon. While I’ve yet to figure out a way to eliminate the application without any assistance from the NoNewslsGoodNews, and now the Newsstand can be placed within the folder. But that’s not our demand, at least we can prevent it away from mocking us almost every time we unlock the device.


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Since 2001 eadie has been writing for apple and working as IT managing director and consultant for Hilleary School of tech and sciences. Google+