Hidden Features Found in Apple's Latest iPhone Software
Published on: 18th Jun 2013
By: Ian Mansfield
Apple's latest iPhone operating software has been found to be concealing a number of features that may hint at future functionality.
According to a demonstration video prepared by Hamza Sood who discovered the hidden functions, Apple's iOS7 could also offer additional gesture, multitasking, and folders options.
Most interestingly, the hidden options suggest that Apple is testing system-wide edge-swipe and corner-swipe gestures for the new OS.
Another useful feature is the ability to hide pre-installed Apps installed by Apple. That addresses a request from Apple users, and gives it a step-up over Android, where users have often complained about clutter being pre-installed by handset manufacturers.
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