iOS 7 Release Day Roundup: Issues, Guides, Tips & More
Apple’s iOS 7 might have been formally announced that this year’s World Wide Developer Conference, but today marks the first time uses without early access can download the next edition of Apple’s mobile operating on their iPhone and iPads.
Since the software arrived at 1 p.m. GottaBeMobile has monitored the situation, delivering the latest How To’s, update recommendations and tricks to make the approaching transition from iOS 6 to iOS 7 easier.
With the sheer amount of significant design changes being introduced with iOS 7, it’s likely that many users will want to go back to iOS 6 if they aren’t satisfied with the new user interface and other features in the update. The news for those users isn’t good.
Some users stayed up all night hoping that they’d be able to get their hands on iOS 7 before heading off to work or school.
In this tutorial GottaBeMobile walks users through every single step in upgrading their iPhone, iPod touch and iPad to iOS 7.
Having been the only game Apple showed off during its introduction of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, hopes were high that Infinity Blade 3 would arrive in lockstep with iOS 7. It did.
Many iOS developers took the opportunity to launch significant updates to their applications on the platform. In this piece, GottaBeMobile profiles a few of the most high-profile app refreshes to arrive with iOS 7.
Mere minutes after iOS downloads for the iPhone and iPad became available reports of failed installs and slow download speeds began to circulate.
For some users iOS 7 isn’t anything new. Enthusiasts and industry insiders have had the new operating system for some time. Here’s how to get an iPad or iPhone running iOS 7 Beta to the final version of iOS 7.
iOS 7 goes up on Apple’s servers, putting an end to the staid gradient filled days of iOS’ first user interface, and introducing the world to a more flat design with more modern aesthetics.
Just in time to accommodate the new iTunes Radio subscription service included in iOS, Apple updated iTunes to version 11.1.
Almost immediately, iPhone and iPad users begin taking to social networks like Twitter and Facebook to vent about failed attempts to update their devices.
Apple’s latest operating system is designed to complement the processors and aesthetics of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, but iPhone 4s users can still download the update. In this piece, GottaBeMobile examines the performance of iOS 7 on one of the oldest iPhones still being sold.
A user guide to using the new Control Center area in iOS 7 to manage iPhone settings and features.
iTunes Radio may have been one of iOS 7’s most hyped features. In fact, it may have been completely over-hyped.
Users of iPhones and iPads with 16GB of storage begin paying the price for not having enough free space to download and install iOS 7.
If iOS 7’s color scheme wasn’t enough to drive off some user’s the operating systems Parallax backgrounds could be. Here’s how to turn this effect off and save precious battery life.
iTunes begins flashing errors with a 9006 error code while trying to download iOS 7.
Apple has moved the Spotlight search functionality in iOS 7. Here’s how to get to it and continue finding files and applications easily on a device with the new operating system.
Users no longer have to manually tell their devices to download app updates from the iTunes App Store. With a few simple button presses, iOS 7 can be told to download them automatically.
GottaBeMobile informs users on how to fix the 9006 error that occurs in iTunes when upgrading to iOS 7.
After hours of error screens and failed attempts, iOS 7 downloads slowly resume for some users.
Here’s a video of the things iOS 7 users need to do to complete their iOS 7 setup process for iPhone and iPad.
Users who are still having trouble downloading iOS 7 should simply take a deep breath, and walk away from the update button for now.
Users don’t necessarily have to keep the female voice that has become synonymous with Apple’s Siri digital assistant. Here’s how to change it.
iOS 7 finally allows applications to refresh in the background, guaranteeing that all apps have current information when opened. Here’s how to turn it off and get a little extra battery life.
If you’re unfamiliar with what iOS 7 really is, GottaBeMobile has a crash course to get you up to speed in no-time flat.
iOS 7 isn’t all fresh interfaces and new features, there are some features in the operating system that could drive users absolutely crazy.
Apple’s iOS 7 may run fine on the company’s forthcoming iPhone 5s with its upgraded processor but how about on last year’s flagship. GottaBeMobile takes a look.