Updated on 01-17-2014 by Simon Hill: Added details to Spotlight Search, and new sections on how to use voicemail, how to make a wish list, how to use your compass, and how to use home sharing. If you want to toggle Airplane Mode or switch off Wi-Fi, then just swipe up from the bottom of the screen and behold the Control Center.
Just swipe down in the middle of any home page and you’ll find Spotlight Search is ready to go.
The Notifications Center will get really busy, really quickly, even with the three tabs for All, Today, and Missed.
You can just swipe from the left side of the screen in a supported app to jump back to what you were doing. If you want to know when an iMessage or SMS was sent then just swipe the specific speech bubble in question to the left and you’ll see the timestamp.
You can go to Settings > Cellular and then scroll down to see which apps are going to potentially use your data.
You can now type searches in the address bar in Safari and it will return results in real time (like Chrome), both from Google and from your own Bookmarks and History.
You can use the Volume up button to take photos, and you can hold it down to take a burst of multiple shots. In the Mail app, if you tap Edit when in your mailbox you can select from a range of filters including VIP, Flagged, Unread, and so on. AirDrop is an easy way to share files with other Apple devices by using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (both need to be enabled for it to work). If you can’t be bothered to listen to the four messages from your Mom that all basically say “Call me back,” you can just delete them. Sometimes you’ll be browsing the App Store or iTunes and you’ll see an app or a song that you don’t want to buy or install.
If you’re headed in a specific direction, you can calibrate the compass to keep you on course.
That’s it for our iOS 7 tips, but check back because we’ll update this list from time to time.
If you have trouble getting the Control Center to pop up every time, then start your swipe from off the bottom of the screen. If you don’t want them to auto update, go into the App Store and within Settings you’ll find an option to toggle Updates off. Open the compass app and swipe to the left, and you’ve got a level that will help you get everything straight. If Siri says something the wrong way you can tell it “that’s not how you pronounce that” and you’ll get options to choose from. Don’t bother; when you’re scrolling through tabs in Safari you can just swipe them away to the left to close them.

In the camera app, swipe left or right (up or down if you’re holding it in landscape) to change the mode. To create a VIP list just tap on the person’s name you want to add and when the contact pops up choose Add to VIP. Choose Add a Fingerprint and you can scan up to five fingers which can be used to unlock your iPhone 5S instead of your passcode. Tap Near Me from the menu at the bottom and you’ll get a list of the apps that people who live locally are using.
Even better, Apple has added a dedicated Kids category to the App Store for kids who are 11 and under. Just hold down the Home button and when Siri pops up, say “Play voicemail” and your new messages will be played in order. Go to the Phone app and tap on the Voicemail button, then tap Edit at the top right and tap the red minus symbol next to the voicemails that you want to delete and tap the Delete button. If you’ve got some issues with the new platform then check out our iOS 7 problems and solutions.
Assuming you’ve already figured out how to upgrade to iOS 7 and it’s running on your device right now, you might be interested in unlocking some of the less obvious features and getting to grips with some iOS 7 tips. You’ll also find music controls in there and some utilities, like a flashlight and a calculator. You can also tell them not to use Cellular Data with the toggle below, so they’ll only update via Wi-Fi.
You can also bold the text, make it bigger, or invert the colors in the Accessibility menu. You can also head into Settings in Safari to change various things, such as your default search engine. You can add photos or videos to emails by tapping and holding on the body of the email until options pop up and choosing Insert Photo or Video. To teach it what you like tap the star icon when a track is playing and you can tell it to Play More Like This, Never Play This Song, or Add to iTunes Wish List.
This can be a great way of filtering out irrelevant apps, and it can turn up some interesting options. The content has to adhere to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, and that means no sneaky in-app pop-ups that take your kids to a website, and no tricks to encourage them to buy more content. Go to Settings > Maps and under Preferred Directions you’ll see the option to choose Walking as your default.
Tap on the AirDrop section at the bottom left and you can make your device discoverable for Contacts Only or Everyone; you can also just turn it off completely in here. You can also double tap on a voicemail notification and you’ll be whisked into the phone app and onto the voicemail tab to hear your messages.

Now if you start to deviate you’ll see your bearing indicated by the red arc, which gives you a clear idea of how off course you are. Apple’s good at ensuring most things are intuitive, but there’s no harm in getting a little help.
It’s also handy if you’re on vacation somewhere and you want some good local apps to help you explore.
It also prevents the developers from collecting personal information, such as your child’s email address.
If you put it into Lost Mode, a passcode is required to unlock it (you should always use a passcode or Touch ID anyway). When you choose someone to share with, or they choose you, there’s a notification and preview giving the option to deny or accept the file. You’ll find them via Deleted Messages at the bottom and you can destroy them permanently by going in there and tapping Clear All at the top right.
To go to the relevant app for a notification you swipe to the right, but you can also hide it by swiping up.
The thumbnails are tiny, but you can tap and hold to expand them and then just slide your finger around to see your other shots.
Apparently the reader is 360-degree, so it shouldn’t matter which angle your finger comes from.
There’s an age gate in place now, so kids can’t give away private information, or buy additional apps or content, without parental consent.
To actually access it, tap the Shared tab on your iOS device in the Video or Music app and select the library you want.
This will stop your results from getting clogged up with useless info and it will make the search faster. Apple removed the ability to search the Web in the first iOS 7 release, but an update brought it back. If you fear it has been stolen then the Activation Lock feature should prevent anyone else from turning off Find My iPhone, or erasing your device, unless they have your Apple ID and password. Even if you’ve been building a wish list on your Mac, you’ll find it’s accessible in the iTunes Store app on your iPhone.
Scroll to the bottom of your search results and you’ll find two options to choose from, Search Web and Search Wikipedia.

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