Nokia updating ios 7
i OS 7 is the seventh major release of the i OS mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc., being the successor to i OS 6.
It also included support for i Cloud Keychain, a password generator for the Safari web browser, updated the lock screen with a delay of the "Slide to Unlock" text when Touch ID is in use, and many bug fixes. The update included improvements to the Touch ID fingerprint technology, support for Car Play, and a fix for a home screen crash issue.
i OS 7 also introduced Air Drop, a wireless sharing technology; Car Play, phone and car integration; and automatic app updates in the App Store. The new design language was criticized, with critics noting the implementation of design changes rather than actual productivity improvements, and citing examples such as animations delaying access, lack of icon consistency, and buttons being hidden as negative aspects of the user experience.
The addition of the Control Center was praised, as were updates to Siri and multitasking.
Shortly after release, there were reports of the new design causing sickness, a trend explained as being caused by animations with similar effects as car sickness. Its i OS market share was reported to be as high as 35% after one day, and installed on 200 million devices within 5 days, which Apple claimed was "the fastest software upgrade in history." i OS 7.0.1 was released on September 20, 2013, specifically for the i Phone 5C and i Phone 5S.
The update included bug fixes that allow users to purchase i Tunes content with the Touch ID fingerprint recognition scanner rather than with a passcode.
Users can also talk to Siri to send messages hands-free.