iOS 7 has started rolling out to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users

iOS 7 has started rolling out to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users

A little over three months after Apple first unveiled iOS 7 to the world, the Cupertino company has finally started rolling out its latest mobile operating system to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users.

Check Settings > General > Software Update to see if it’s available to you yet. If it’s not, why not read our iOS 7 review while you wait?

At its iPhone event last week, Apple announced that iOS 7 would be arriving for the public today, just before the new iPhone 5s and 5c goes on sale in various countries around the world on Friday

With iOS 7, Apple is introducing a major redesign to the mobile platform, moving away from skeuomorphism towards a more ‘flat’ look. It also reels in AirDrop for file sharing, easier one-swipe access to the control center, and support for easier access to multiple camera apps.

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