iOS 7 is out today and while it might at first look like a new coat of paint, a bunch of things have moved around too. So, before you waste hours trying to figure out how the heck to find everything, here's where everything's moved to.
Pitched as the "most forward thinking" smartphone on the market, Apple's new iPhone 5s is certainly capable of doing a lot of thinking on its own, thanks to a wide array of sensors led by the new Touch ID fingerprint scanner and M7 motion chip.
“ Barack Obama is the world’s most prominent BlackBerry user. For years he has clung to the original smartphone even as the rest of the world has moved on. But it turns out that even he wouldn’t mind upgrading to an iPhone, in theory.”
Romeo Quijano's insight:
Well, I think blackberry comes out with more security parameters by default configured since it was designed for office purposes, instead of iPhone that it's supposed to sit down and dedicate some time to set it up since it was think from a different perspective.
Longtime National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson left his DSLR behind on a hiking trip through Scotland in favor of an iPhone 5s, and concluded that Apple's latest flagship handset includes "a very capable camera."
Also in the works are new MacBook Pro devices, which will ship with Intel Haswell processors that, combined with Mavericks' power-saving tricks, could make for machines with very impressive battery life.