iPhone 7 iOS 13.7 Update: What's New
If you're moving your device up from iOS 13.6.1, you get upgrades to Apple's COVID-19 Exposure Notifications and unnamed bug fixes. You can learn more about those in our walkthrough.
If you're jumping up from iOS 13.6, you get iOS 13.6.1's bug fixes with your upgrade. You can learn more about iOS 13.6.1's bug fixes in our guide.
If you're moving your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus from iOS 13.5.1 to iOS 13.7, your update includes iOS 13.6's Apple News upgrades, upgrades to the Health app, and more.
For more on those changes, please check out our guide to iOS 13.6.
If you skipped iOS 13.5.1, you get the update's security patch with your upgrade as well. For more on the update's contents, please read our guide.
If you skipped iOS 13.5, your iOS 13.7 update also brings its changes. iOS 13.5 brought bug fixes, security patches, upgrades for Group FaceTime, and COVID-19 support features to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. If you want to learn more about them, please check out our guide.
If your phone is currently running iOS 13.4, you also get iOS 13.4.1's bug fixes with your upgrade. You can read more about them in our guide.
If you're jumping up from iOS 13.3.1, your update also brings the changes from iOS 13.4 which include iCloud Folder Sharing, improvements to the Mail app, and a long list of bug fixes.
If you want to learn more about these features, please take a look at our guide. It'll walk you through everything you need to know.
Moving your device up from iOS 13.3? Your iOS 13.7 update also comes with iOS 13.3.1's bug fixes and security updates. You can read about them in detail in our walkthrough.
If you're moving up from iOS 13.2.3, your iOS 13.7 update also comes with iOS 13.3's changes which include new features for Screen Time, upgrades to the Stocks app, bug fixes, security patches, and more.
If you're interested in these changes, head over to our iOS 13.3 guide. It'll take you through them in detail.
If you missed iOS 13.2.3, you also get its fixes with your upgrade. The iOS 13.2.3 update didn't have any features or security patches on board, but it fixed several annoying bugs. For more on those, see our guide to the update.
If you missed iOS 13.2.2, you also get its fixes with your iOS 13.7 update. You can read about iOS 13.2.2's fixes right here.
Moving from iOS 13.1.3 to iOS 13.7? You also get iOS 13.2's changes with your upgrade. Highlights from iOS 13.2 include new emojis, support for Apple's new AirPods, and HomeKit upgrades. For more on iOS 13.2, check out our guide.
If you are jumping up from iOS 13.1.2, your iOS 13.7 update also comes with iOS 13.1.3's bug fixes. You can read about those right here.
If you're moving from iOS 13.1.1 to iOS 13.7, you also get iOS 13.1.2's bug fixes with your upgrade and you can read about those in our guide to the update.
If you're currently running iOS 13.1, you also get iOS 13.1.1's fixes with your upgrade as well. You can learn more about those here in our guide.
If you're moving from iOS 13.0 to iOS 13.7, you also get iOS 13.1's new features and bug fixes with your upgrade.
Highlights from iOS 13.1 included design updates for multiple emojis and the Share ETA features for Apple Maps. For more on iOS 13.1's changes, take a look at our guide.
As for iOS 13 itself, it's a huge upgrade for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. They don't get everything (for instance they miss out on Memoji Stickers), but they still get a very robust version of the new operating system.
Some of the highlights on board include Dark Mode, the new swipe keyboard, important updates to the Photos app, and improvements to Siri.
If you decided not to try the iOS 13 beta, or haven't been following iOS 13 at all, you'll want to take a look at our iOS 13 walkthrough. It'll take you through the differences between iOS 13 and iOS 12.
If for some reason you fell behind on iOS 12 updates, remember that you'll also get the features and fixes from the updates you skipped with your upgrade.
If you're unfamiliar with the latest changes to iOS 12, take a look at our iOS 12 walkthrough.
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