iOS 7 Beta 1 Features


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Welcome to the official iOS 7 features list (with pictures)on Imagine A World!

This post is about the new features in beta 1 of iOS 7.

The first part of this post uses pictures to demonstrate features. Scroll down to view a list of features and faults in iOS 7.

Note: Please note that features are subject to change at any time. This post is constantly updated with new features and details about iOS 7 so please keep checking back! The features shown on this page are demonstrated on an iPhone 4S. There may other key features which are exclusive to iPhone 5, which I am not able to show here.

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iOS 7 moves away from the usual skeumorphic look and brings a cleaner and flatter design. You could say that Windows Phone + Android = iOS 7. There are a number of subtle changes such as the lockscreen fading in and out and other notable features.


The first thing you see after updating your device to iOS 7 is the beautiful new lock screen. The lock screen fades in when you press the power button – which looks really nice.

You can slide your finger, from left to right, anywhere on the screen – not just the bottom. For the first time, you can access Notification Centre from the lock screen. The new Control Centre can be accessed from here too. (more on those later)



After swiping away the new lock screen, you will see the new home screen – because that’s usually how it goes. You will see the some-what puzzling new icons. They are great, but you’ll need to get used to them. You can also see the new ‘Dynamic’ (animated/live) wallpapers. When you put your iPhone to sleep, the screen fades away.

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Control Centre is your one stop place to get access to your toggles for turning Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or Do Not Disturb off. It even lets you turn on the flashlight. Music controls and AirPlay options from the multitasking bar (now obsolete) have been moved here too.Just swipe up from the bottom of the screen to access Control Centre.



Multitasking is handled differently in iOS 7. You can see a preview of all the apps you have open. These previews are NOT live – this means video will be paused (music and voIP continues). You can now just ‘flick’ the apps off the screen to close them. Still no ‘Close All’ button. Multitasking also works in landscape mode too.



Spotlight search is missing from the left of the home screen. It is no longer present as a seperate screen. To access Spotlight Search, just drag or tug your home screen down and it will appear.



This is the first time Notification Centre has recieved a major update since iOS 5. Its now a grey semi-transparent shade that gives you more information. There is a new ‘Today’ and ‘Tommorow’ view that appear when needed. You can see more information about weather and stocks here too. There is no way to swipe the notifications to dismiss them.



Folders used to hold apps in 4×3 on the iPhone 4S and 4×4 on the iPhone 5. Now the grid is, 3×3 for iPhone 4S and iPhone 5. You can have as many apps as you want in the new folders – just scroll left or right.



First, let me tell you that YOU CAN PUT NEWSSTAND IN A FOLDER in iOS 7! Its no longer a fancy folder, its an app on its own. Here’s what the new interface for newsstand looks like.



You can now choose between a ‘dynamic’ or photo wallpaper. With the photo wallpapers, you can tilt your device to get a 3D effect. With the new dynamic ‘ball’ wallpaper, you can tilt your device and the balls seem to fall in that direction. Apple gives you two of each to get started (although you can see one of each in the picture below).



You can ask Siri system requests like ‘Increase brightness’ or ‘Turn on bluetooth’. Apple has promised improved voices for Siri, however I have not been able to turn them on or hear them. Maybe they will appear in later releases. Siri is much more smarter now, but still not as clever as Google Now though.



The new photos app puts your photos in a new perspective. You see your photos by Collections and Years.



The compass app has been updated to be more accurate and makes better use of the sensors in iPhone. Swipe to the left and you’ll see a spirit level.



Safari has been given the Google Chrome treatment – theres now a unified search bar and a full screen view in portrait.



Theres also a slick new tab view in Safari – very Chrome like, with a cards view. You can flick them away to close them. Oh, and private tabs can be opened from this page now too. Scroll up and you’ll see iCloud tabs.



The music app has been made to be simpler and better than ever. Take a look at the new playback controls; which stay on screen no matter what.



The camera app looks better than ever with a round capture button and new filters and features. You swipe left or right to choose Video, Photo, Square or Pano modes. The option for Grid has been moved in to the settings app.



The settings app has been designed to look simpler and better than ever. The arrangment of options has not changed since iOS 6, however.



The mail app has been given the iOS 7 look with a white colour scheme. The ‘gooey’ refresh icon has been replaced with a spinning wheel (not shown here). You can also hide or show mailboxes instead of just rearranging them – VIP can be hidden too.



I don’t know why, but this really felt Windows Phone-ish.



You probably forgot your iPhone can make calls, but now theres a rounder interface for the keypad.



The app store has been given a cleaner, whiter look. You can now see games near you.

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A new cloud icon appears for apps that you have previously downloaded or purchased. You can also pause the download without leaving the App Store.

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You can add apps to a ‘Wishlist’ in the App Store



With iOS 7, your apps are automatically updated when you’re connected to Wi-Fi. You can turn this off in settings for the App Store. When an App has completed an update, you’ll see it in Notification Centre – tap it and you’ll see the update details and date of update.

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You can now set Do Not Disturb to silence notifications while the phone is unlocked. Just select the ‘Always’ option.



Game Centre has lost it’s felt and gets a cleaner and simpler look. (feel free to add me on there)



Calender is much simpler and has a Windows Phone-ish feel to it. But in a nice way.



I can’t guarantee that you’ll get to Paris on the right route, but Maps has a new cleaner look, with the removal of the page curl effect.



With a flatter look, Messages is now cleaner and whiter. iMessages are still blue, SMS is still green.



A new feel has been created with the changes added to the keyboard. It uses the new font and changes colour. When entering passwords, it turns dark grey/black, and in normal apps, you’ll see it in white. Apps which have not been updated for iOS 7 will still use the iOS 6 keyboard.



Apple has tweaked the look of notification banners. They are now a bit larger and give more information. They now just slide in to view – the top of the screen does not rotate anymore. You can finally just flick them away to dismiss them!



If you needed something else to occupy a folder, you can now put FaceTime there. This is because Apple has chosen to make a seperate app for FaceTime for the iPhone. You can make FaceTime audio calls from here too.



A new setting has been added which allows you to set the size for dynamic text in supported apps.



When you plug iPhone into charge, you no longer see that black screen with a glossy battery which fills up. You will now briefly see an image of a ‘flat’ battery, with the percentage. Then you’re back to your wallpaper with the percentage underneath the time. This disappears after a few seconds and you can show it again by showing the lock screen again. You can of course just look at the battery percentage in the corner too.

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The Clock icon in iOS 7 is live and updates according the time of your iPhone. Now.. if only the weather app icon worked in the same way..



Perhaps the Yahoo! Weather app was a sign of things to come. The new weather app in iOS 7 has taken many cues from that app. They are now very similar, except Apple’s implementation uses really nice animations of the current weather. Looks best when the sun shines though (haha).



With iCloud Keychain, your passwords and credit card information is kept up to date on all your approved devices.



The icons in iOS 7 are slightly larger than the icons in iOS 6 and earlier.




  • iTunes Radio is built into the Music app for U.S users
  • You can now “Mark All” messages in mail.
  • The foreground layers are transparent like frosted glass
  • You can set panoramic wallpapers
  • The text of the homescreen automatically changes to black or white based on the colour of the wallpaper
  • New system wide font scheme (Helvetica Light)
  • Passbook passes can be shared via email or iMessage.
  • Maps has automatic day or night mode
  • Lyric support in iTunes Match
  • Consistent colours, buttons and design throughout iOS
  • A year view in Calendar
  • New interface for built in Dictionary
  • Option to ‘Open In Reader’ when tapping and holding a link in Safari
  • New ‘Action Sheet’ design
  • Private browsing is in the Safari app instead of settings
  • ‘Parallax’ effect is visible in nearly every part of iOS 7
  • Slightly rounder corners of Apps
  • Removal of ratings in Music app
  • Ability to reduce motion of parallax
  • Clock app icon is dynamic
  • You can now scroll faster in the cards view of the search tab in the App Store
  • When turning on device, the apple logo is flat and has no sense of shine
  • There is a percentage button in the portrait orientation of the Calculator app
  • New animations for locking device, unlock device, launching apps and closing apps
  • Newsstand is now an App, instead of an inline folder – this means you can put Newsstand in a folder and forget about it!
  • Tap to Tweet and Tap to Post is removed from Notification Centre
  • New 2D dock
  • You can no longer choose a font for the Notes app
  • FaceTime Audio calls
  • Dynamic (live) wallpapers
  • You can now ‘flick’ banner notifications off the screen and dismiss them quickly
  • View PDF annotations
  • You can choose which apps can background refresh
  • Flickr and Vimeo integration
  • Privacy settings for Microphone
  • A flashing lightning bolt appears next to the battery when charging
  • The maps icon shows the location of Apples new ‘spaceship’ campus
  • Apps in iOS 7 are designed to run full screen. The status bar seems to want to blend into the app.
  • While recording video, you can pinch to zoom
  • Add filters to photos before capturing them (iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5th Generation only)
  • The ‘message balloons’ in Messages seem to have their own momentum when you scroll
  • New interface for hotspot connections – the status bar does not flash anymore – the text in it does
  • The message ballons in iOS 7 get lighter in colour as they become older up the list
  • On the lockscreen, the status bar icons are larger. When you unlock iPhone, the icons become slightler smaller
  • In the settings for Maps, you can now choose “Preferred Directions” (driving or walking)
  • Microsoft Hotmail has been renamed to Outlook
  • Multitasking enabled for all apps
  • Pinch towards the middle of the Weather app to view an overview of all weather forecasts
  • New toggles use colour and no text
  • Access Notification Centre and Control Centre from the lockscreen
  • AirDrop for iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5th generation users
  • You can see how much space messages are using on your iPhone in settings
  • Activation Lock – remotely lock your iOS device using iCloud
  • Opportunistic updates
  • Support for recording video at 60fps (hint at future device feature, because current devices can only record at 30fps)
  • Phone, FaceTime and message blocking
  • Notification Sync – clear a notification on one device, and it also clears from your other devices too
  • Takes advantage of the built in Inclinometer in iPhone
  • Night mode for maps
  • Walking directions (turn by turn) in Maps
  • In Messages you no longer have to scroll the the top to access “Call” “FaceTime” and “Info”
  • New animation for turning device completely off – like an old TV turning off
  • You can teach Siri how to pronounce names instead of using phonetics*
  • Siri can turn on the flashlight*
  • When you have activated a timer, a live countdown appears on the lock screen under the time*
  • All Apple stock apps do not have the ‘gloss’ layer*
  • Some third party apps such as ‘Whatsapp’ have automatically lost the gloss layer*


  • Issues connect to WiFi
  • Overall laggy experience (this is expected as this is the first beta)
  • Crashes
  • Battery drains a lot faster
  • The wallpaper preview in the settings app shows the iOS 6 home screen and lock screen 
  • Do Not Disturb does not stay on or off.
  • Sometimes, when unlocking iPhone, home screen does not appear – it is blank. Need to sleep and wake again.
  • Slow delivery of iMessages
  • Activation failure for iMessage and/or FaceTime
  • Album art does not appear properly in the lockscreen for iPhone 4 and 4S users
  • Can no longer delete whole albums in the Music App, only one song at a time
  • Siri does not start immediately, sometimes it also crashes and reboots the phone*
  • Voice Memos app is not present in this beta (confimed by Apple to be returning soon)*
  • Reminders do not appear in Notification Centre unless you turn them off and then on in settings*
  • Still can not play audio from Safari in the background*
  • New Siri voices have not been added*
  • Can no longer delete single albums from the music app*
  • Deleting single songs from the music app can be troublesome*


iOS 7 will be supported on the following devices:

  • iPhone 4
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPhone 5
  • iPad mini
  • iPad 2
  • iPad 3rd Generation
  • iPad 4th Generation
  • iPod touch 5th Generation

Alleged Future Device Support:

  • iPhone 5S
  • iPad 5th Generation
  • iPad mini 2nd Generation
  • iPod touch 6th Generation (unlikely)
  • iPhone (low-cost model)

Anticipated total number of devices which will support iOS 7 during 2013:

13 iOS devices

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First Look: iOS 6.1 beta 1, beta 2, beta 3, beta 4 and beta 5 (GM) Features

Apple has released iOS 6.1 to the public. It is available for all iOS 6 devices.

The latest version of iOS 6.1 is beta 5. Please scroll down to read about the included features in this release.

Beta 5 appears to be the Gold Master (GM) release and is not available for installation over the air.

Beta 5 can be installed without a developer account or UDID registration!


iOS 6.1 doesn’t seem to feature any huge, noticeable changes for the end-user. iOS 6.1 features some more Mapping tools for developers to add the new Maps into their apps. This means that developers will be able to make better use of the new Mapping software which was introduced in June 2012.

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iOS 6.1 Beta 1 Features:


The “Report A Problem” button in Maps is now more prominent, taking up two buttons worth of space. Looks like Apple is really keen on knowing every thing they can do to fix the Maps app. The buttons are also much slimmer. Here is a comparison of the old and new style:


Apple has finally reflected the new Music app on the lock screen with these new look controls. They are essentially the same with more spacing and with that new silver look. The clock moves to the status bar. You can get to them by double-clicking the home button on the lock screen. And yes, the volume slider icon does reflect in the light when you tilt the device, just like in the Music app. A very similar interface has been added to the iPad, but it also has an option to scrub through the song – right from the lock screen.


There is a new option in About >; Advertising, that allows you to “Reset Advertising Identifier”.


Soon, you’ll be able to book movie tickets using Siri via the Fandango service. You can already book tables at restaurants, and the ability to book movies will be even better.


In System Services, a new toggle has been added which turns ‘WiFi networking’ on and off.


iOS 6.1 Beta 2 Features


When Apple introduced Passbook in June 2012, they didn’t really make clear what it actually was. They described it roughly as ”an app to hold your tickets and boarding passes”. It left end users confused. Apple has now added a sample card in Passbook describing what it does and how to use it. They even describe what the ‘App Store’ button was for.


The minutes and seconds of a song are now listed beneath the song title. It was moved to make space for the iCloud icon for downloading music down from the cloud.


The hearing aid mode is no longer turn on with a simple toggle in Accessibility. You now have a new menu for it called ‘Hearing Aids’.


A new feature has been added in that new hearing aid menu. It’s called Live Listen and lets you use your iPhone as a remote microphone.


iOS 6.1 beta 3 features



This is not a feature per se, but iOS 6.1 beta 3 seems like a bug fix release than anything else. It also feels a lot more stable and snappy. It is unclear if there is a signature feature missing from 6.1 that will debut at launch but you can expect a GM release soon.


Apple has updated it’s iCloud settings and in this beta of iOS 6.1 you are asked to confirm your Apple ID password for FaceTime and iMessages when starting your device for the first time after installation. It asks you to confirm how people can reach you and tells you that you can change these settings at any time. It is not clear if the end user will also see this screen when the software is finally released.



The small text on the sample Passbook card has been updated – the UK version at least. The updates to the card are very minor with some American English words written in British English – such as ‘movie tickets’ replaced with ‘cinema tickets’. Below, the UPDATED card is on the RIGHT.



Previously, when you clicked ‘Reset Advertising Identifier’, nothing would happen. The button would just blink because it didn’t actually do anything. Now, you are given an option to confirm your choice and it is now working.



With the advent of Siri on more and more devices, it seems weird that Apple would update something that is as old as the iPhone 3GS, but if you still use Voice Control, there is a new section in the settings for it that allow you to set it to ‘Voice Dial Only’. You can choose a language from the list to use Voice Dial with.



There is a new toggle for mobile/cellular data for iTunes. It was removed in the previous betas. It’s made a come back and by default, it is turned off.



iOS 6.1 Beta 4 Features


There doesn’t seem to be any huge or noticable changes in the latest build of iOS 6.1. Seems like yet another a bug fix release, with minor changes. This could all change with the GM release expected next, preceded by an Apple Keynote. Since there isn’t many new features in this beta, you should scroll down to the ‘Other Notable New Features in 6.1″ section of this post.


On Monday 17th December, Apple released the 4th beta build of iOS 6.1. This section is currently being updated with beta 4 content. Please check back soon for the most in-depth beta coverage on the internet!


Despite the return of the superior Google Maps on iOS, Apple still wants to know to do with their Maps app. When you report a problem in Maps, you now have more options to choose from.



iOS 6.1 Beta 5/GM

There are no new features in beta 5. It seems to be another new bug fix release. Beta 5 can be installed without a developer account, so if you want iOS 6.1 now, look out for beta 5 leaks 😉

Unless Apple made a mistake, Beta 5 is not available OTA (Over The Air). It must be downloaded from the developer website and its just over a gigabyte large.

Since there isn’t many new features in this beta, you should scroll down to the ‘Other Notable New Features in 6.1″ section of this post.


Apple has quietly added a toggle for turning the split keyboard on or off on the iPad. It can be found in General > Keyboard > Split Keyboard. Split Keyboard is a feature which was first introduced in iOS 5.




  • Slightly revised music app with the ‘Artists’ tab more consistent.
  • Snappier experience with iPad 3rd Generation and iPhone 4S
  • Improved App Store experience
  • When checking for updates in the App Store, clicking the inverted triangle for an update is more accurate.
  • More cities in Maps are in 3D (this is expected with every release of iOS 6)
  • Maps is a bit more accurate in the sense that more countries are covered with better satellite imagery
  • Album art is better centered on the lock screen.
  • 4G LTE on the “EE” network in the UK has been improved
  • 4G LTE software support has been added to a network in Denmark
  • Improved Siri functionality over Wi-FI
  • Performance on iPhone 4, 4S and iPod touch 4G is greatly improved.
  • New lock screen Music controls on iPad
  • Download single tracks from iTunes Match, rather than whole albums
  • Improved battery life on iPhone 4S and iPhone 4.
  • iOS 6.1 Beta 3 is more stable than the previous beta versions of 6.1
  • New setup for users running the 3rd beta version of 6.1.
  • 4G LTE enabled on the Portugese network; TMN
  • Ability to delete music from device while keeping a copy of the track in the cloud for download later
  • The YouTube icon in the share menu has been updated to match the downloadable YouTube app icon
  • Improve noise cancellation during calls on iPhone 5
  • Notification bug fixed with the release of beta 4
  • Removal of background audio playing from Safari
  • Safari improvements (seriously, its true!)
  • Split Keyboard toggle for iPad 2, 3rd gen, 4th gen and iPad mini


  • The Panorama mode on iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 is broken and crashes. FIXED
  • iOS 6.1 is not working too well on iPad 2. Seems laggy.FIXED
  • Using Siri on 3G networks is slower (A confirmed bug, that Apple is said to be improving over the next few days) FIXED
  • Exchange doesn’t seem to be fixed properly
  • Bluetooth MAP doesn’t seem fixed properly
  • Weak WiFi on some devices.
  • Poor sound quality from A5 processor and later devices FIXED
  • App Store says there are updates pending, when there isn’t.
  • Even if you are using Wi-Fi, iPhone indicates that you are using 3G. Going to the Wi-Fi settings will temporarily fix it.
  • iPhone 5 loudspeaker problems – although some users are reporting that this has been fixed
  • Lag on iPhone 3GS with beta 3 – REDUCED
  • Problems accepting the iTunes terms and conditions. Can be done if you try again though. FIXED
  • A bug in the causes it to freeze (hang) FIXED
  • With beta 4, some updates appear in the app store again, even though the app may already have been updated.
  • lags on iPad – iPad mini in particular


  • “Mountain Lion” style dock (That beautiful dock in OS X 10.8 hasn’t made its way to iOS yet. Click here to view example)
  • Translucent Camera app bar on iPhone 3GS/4/4S for consistency with the iPad Camera App – may not happen in all trueness
  • ‘Kill All’ button in the multitasking bar – iOS 7 feature perhaps?
  • ‘Close All Tabs’ button in Safari for quick tab closing
  • Private Browsing button within the Safari app.
  • As of beta 4, there STILL NO mountain lion dock. Come on Apple! I thought it was about unifying the experience?
  • Widgets – Unlikely in a 0.1 release but there isn’t even a slight hint that they are coming
  • Missing a refreshed QuickTime interface to match the new controls found on the lock screen and
  • A new interface to match iTunes 11

Please come back and check this post for the latest run down of iOS 6.1.


What is the release date for iOS 6.1?

iOS 6.1 Release Date: Between January and February 2013 after an Apple Keynote


  1. Apple Keynote to be held between January and February (I cannot disclose the nature of this event, however all I will say that it is a software orientated event)
  2. Gold Master Seed with one new signature feature to be released on the same day as keynote
  3. Public release within 1-2 weeks of GM Seed, possibly a few days before the ‘topic’ discussed in the keynote is released

This information was obtained from a source which believes they have some inside information about how Apple is going to handle 6.1.


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What are your current thoughts on iOS 6.1?


Supported Devices:

  • iPhone 3GS
  • iPhone 4
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPhone 5
  • iPad 2nd/3rd/4th Gen
  • iPad mini
  • iPod touch 4th and 5th gen

iOS 6 – My Predictions

WWDC or the World Wide Developer Conference, is Apple’s week to shine in the world of everything software and hardware.

I’m not going to talk about iCloud, the Mac line, OS X Mountain Lion or about the new iPhone in the post because I think that’s been covered about 1000 times each week. We will see the new iPhone in October just the iPhone 4S! Let forget about it until then? 😆


If you asked me yesterday or a week ago wheather or not Apple would unveil iOS 6, I would have said “Maybe..”.

If you ask me today, I would say “Yes!” because there is now solid evidence of one of Apple’s topics.

Apple has put up some posters for iOS 6 around their campus and this kind of thing gets me excited! :). Note the new logo for iOS 6. Its a change from the bubbly ones 😉

iOS, if you didn’t know, is Apple’s platform for their mobile operating system. It’s found on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. There have been 5 major iterations of iOS and the next one gets unveiled on Monday.

I don’t know what iOS 6 will bring but this is what I’m hoping to see.

3D Maps – No More Google

This has been rumoured for a while before the leaked photographs began to show up. Google announced their version before Apple did which kinda confirms that Apple will certainly unveil their own. I’m hoping we get new 3D Mapping software to compete with Google’s new 3D maps on Android. 


I also want to see some sort of widgets on the iPhone/iPod/iPad. iOS 5 brought out notification centre. A whole new way to see your notifications. It’s far from perfect, but its a great addition.

It would be great to see notification centre being used for more than just notifications. Turning Wi-Fi on and off (and more) from there would be a good addition.

Sure, I can jailbreak my phone to get these features but I shouldn’t have to.


Siri is an amazing start for what it is right now. Its a personal digital assistant that talks and listens to you. CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, said that ”users should stay tuned” when asked about improvments to Siri.

I really hope they open up the Siri API. Opening the API means that developers can have access to Siri when they want. For example, you could ask Siri to post a tweet, update a status, open an app or take a picture – without pressing any buttons. I thought they deeply intergrated twitter in to the OS in iOS 5, so why I can’t I tweet with Siri?

It would be cool if they added more commands to Siri such as ‘reduce brightness’, ‘bluetooth on/off’ and more. 

Finally, it would be amazing if they took that beta tag off Siri, but something tells me that they will launch a full blown Siri app for the next iPhone before they do that.  There is also speculation that Siri will be brought to the 3rd generation iPad. It would further improve the selling points for the new iPad. That would amazing too.


These are my top features for iOS 6. I’m also expecting some clean-up around the OS itself, just as iOS 5 did which should make the overall experience smoother than ever! Don’t forget, you will be able to download iOS 6 over-the-air from your current iOS 5 devices.

I am uber excited for iOS 6 and can’t wait to see what features lay in wait! The event takes place at 10AM PST thats 6PM GMT.

iOS 6 is expected to debut a release with the new iPhone in October. That sounds about right because it’s what happen last year.


But lets take a moment to think about what we wont see at the conference. Steve Jobs. He surely was a genious beyond anything in the world and after his passing away, he still lives on in the form of these gadgets we can’t live without.

It will be the first major Apple event where he will not be present. May he rest in peace.

What’s on your wishlist? If you have an Android device, what are you favourite features for it?

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I saw the retina display on the new iPad…

Apple is known for innovation such as the iPod in 2001, the iPhone in 2007 and the iPad in 2010.

They recently released the iPad 3 the new iPad and it packs their amazing retina display. Yeah, I know that thing is like 2 months old now, but I only saw it in person today.. 😆

I have a 2 retina display devices, the iPhone 4S and iPod touch but nothing as beautiful or as big as the iPad! I saw it today at the Apple Store and OMG. It was truly magical!

Apple says that the retina display on the new iPad has 1 million more pixels than a HDTV. I didnt believe this and thought it was just big talk, but after looking at the display – it seems true.

You can’t discern the individual pixels. Its REALLY good. No one has created a display better than the retina display and I don’t think they will! I’m wanting to go check it out again 😆

Have you seen the new iPad’s retina display?

On a site note, WWDC is due to take place for one week starting 11th June. They are most likely going to show off iOS 6 – which I am REALLY excited about. I just love new software and hardware. I mean it can only get better, right?

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