Control Center, which gives you quick access to the controls you want in one convenient place with just one swipe from the bottom of your screen.
Notification Center, now available from the Lock screen so you can see all your notifications with a simple swipe, and the new Today feature gives you an at-a-glance view of your day with a summary of the important details such as weather, traffic, meetings and events.
Improved Multitasking that gives users the ability to switch between their apps in a more visual and intuitive way, and iOS 7 pays attention to which apps you use most and automatically keeps your content up to date in the background.
AirDrop, an entirely new way to quickly and easily share content with people nearby.
New Camera app filters so you can add real-time photo effects, a square camera option, and you can quickly and easily switch between your four cameras--video, photo, square and panorama--with just a swipe.
A redesigned Photos app that introduces Moments, a new way to automatically organize your photos and videos based on time and location.
Full-screen browsing with Safari's new redesigned user interface, the new smart search field helps simplify searching, and there's a new view for your bookmarks and your Safari tabs.
Siri with new male and female voices, Twitter search integration, Wikipedia integration and Bing web searching within the app
iTunes Radio, a free Internet radio service featuring over 200 stations and an incredible catalog of music from the iTunes Store, combined with features only iTunes can deliver.
Find, download, and install iOS apps safely from the App Store
October 08, 2009
Version: Apple iPhone 3.1.2
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. 3.1 introduced a bug, which is still there. Smart play lists end up on the iPod Touch in random order. Whether I arrange them in iTunes by name or play duration, either ascending or descending, the order on the Mac is not the same as on the iPod. This bug was not in 3.0
January 30, 2009
Version: Apple iPhone 2.2.1
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. It was smooth, fast and flawless. I have had no problems thus far. I have had every smart phone made to date and this is the only one that every did everything, not perfect but as close as I have seen.