You are about to learn everything you need to know about Apple’s latest iOS 7 operating system (and this website) in a couple of minutes.
My name is Sid and I run iOS7Updates.com. This is the place where I share all the information related to Apple iOS 7. You will see why I created this website in the next few paragraphs. For now, I have something important to share.
On June 10th, many of us (millions?) witnessed Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) event where Tim Cook took the wraps off of the latest operating system at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. The new operating system was, as expected, called the iOS 7 — and it’s epic! Read the entire iOS 7 summary.
There are many, many massive changes in the interface that makes us drool like a 2-year-old baby tasting chocolate for the very first time. Okay, that’s too much, but you get the point: the new iOS 7 is fresh and super-sleek! Overall, it definitely feels tastier…
As iOS 7 received standing ovation from the crowd, Tim Cook bravely announced the mobile OS as the “biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone.”
All that said, we still have to wait to download the official iOS 7 files.
You see, although iOS 7 has been announced, it will not be available to everyone. Public release of iOS 7 is happening this fall. Registered iOS developers, on the other hand, can download the beta version of the iOS 7 (Beta 1) firmware from the Apple’s website.
Reason why only developers can get iOS 7 is simple: Folks at Apple, with the help of developers, are still working on fixing minor and major bugs visible on iOS 7. This is why the current release is called iOS 7 “beta.” If you are not a developer, and if you want to install iOS 7 on your iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches, then you must wait for the stable version of iOS 7.
There’s no other way.
Also, if you look up on the Internet, you will find many bloggers and journalists claiming that the new design of Apple iOS 7 is extracted (in their words, copied) from Windows Phone 8 and the new Android Jelly Bean operating system. That is a hole I wouldn’t dig into. Don’t expect me to write post such flame-worthy posts. I don’t really care who copied what! You shouldn’t too. All I know is that my iOS 7 devices are desperately waiting for iOS 7 public release.
This is the reason I created this website — to share only about iOS 7.
If you haven’t explored iOS 7 yet, it’s time to do so — check out the menu on the top to find relevant information. Also look at the sidebar for latest iOS 7 news — sometimes I break the news, and sometimes I simply send you to other websites that publishes any interesting piece on iOS 7.
Feel free to explore the site and email me if you require anything. Enjoy your stay!