iOS 7 Will Be Launched Today In Beta Version Only For iPhone

On June 10, 2013

The entire suite of interesting news from iOS 7 includes a blacklist system which Apple has not said anything about. In the picture were APIs was presented, the ones that developers can use for applications, those at Apple included a blocking API that allows FaceTime calls, voice messages and iMessage, but unfortunately gave no details about them. Probably talking about a blacklist system that will allow us to block incoming calls or messages from our contacts, but it remains to be seen if it will work with unknown numbers.

One of the novelties presented very suddenly at Apple is the possibility to automatically update applications installed in our terminals, App Store application allows us to choose which applications have priority update or not. The function is designed to perform this update only during times when not actually using the devices, so battery life should not be affected.

Apple today announced that iOS 7 will be available starting this evening for iPhone owners, the iPhone 4 terminal is the oldest iDevice that can run this version of the operating system. iPhone 3GS and iPod Touch 4G became incompatible with anything except iOS 6 but we have talked about this a few weeks ago. Any terminals newer than iPhone 4 and iPad 2 can run this version of iOS, which are complemented by iPod Touch 5G. iPad iOS 7 Beta version will be launched in the near future, while the final version will be available in the fall.