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A lot dependent upon iOS 7 to ensure Apple stays ahead of competition

The next major iteration of Apple’s iOS software in the form of iOS7 has been long awaited and has lots of expectations under its belt. Recently Apple has been reeling under pressure from Android as well as BB10 as many believe that the platform has become static and has not offered much innovating features in the last couple of updates. It’s not yet clearly stated whether the update will come with the iPhone 5S or iPhone 6, or specifically when, but current rumors have long list of specifications for iOS.

The most prominent fragment of info is not so much a rumor as it is a logical cogitation based on actual facts regarding behind the doors development at Apple. The last major update for Apple’s handsets, the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch was a hit, but there exists is a huge void as other platforms have started to have an edge over iOS.

iPhone apps development on the other hand has been going from strength to strength as application store surged past 800,000 applications. With Siri, shared photo streams, and major enhancements to Safari, Mail, as well as camera and accessibility app, the last major update of iOS 6 gave some breathing ground to Apple to stay ahead of the competition. But with Android finally catching up to iOS in terms of performance and functionality, Apple has to bring in some diverse attributes to its much awaited version of iOS.

Apple is moving forward to attain the greater synergy between hardware and software design with its latest iOS 7. Apple always holds potential in throwing best to the market. It’s a good to change for change’s sake. Recognition is a certain key to satisfy experience with technology. Improvement in app management is expected with more screens, chronological and alphabetical list of apps installed, perhaps accessible from Spotlight.

Apple must provide iOS 7 with guest account option. It is unlikely that Apple’s multiple user account are designed as extremely personal computers. Guest account must be created for the person using device for a while, something similar to the Mac in OS X.

Apple’s offering will have improved integration into the iPhone and enable Siri to have control of various actions. The latest payment feature will move on from Passbook and will make use of an NFC chip to manage mobile payments. Including this, Apple’s home screen icons need to be more like Windows 8. List continues for the updates required for iOS 7.

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