Apple's iOS 7 Launches Wednesday for iPhones, iPads
(NEW YORK) -- Is your iPhone and iPad ready for a big change? A colorful, bright and more modern-looking change? On Wednesday, Apple is set to release its iOS 7 for download, which brings a lot of new changes to the software that was introduced more than six years ago. Apple would not confirm to ABC News at exactly what time the software would launch, but in the past, the company has released its software around 9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET.
When it is available for download, owners of the iPhone 4, 4S and 5, and the iPad 2, any iPad with a Retina Display and the iPad Mini can get their hands on iOS 7.
In the past, Apple has made new software available through iTunes and on the device if it is connected to a Wi-Fi network.
The new software not only brings a completely overhauled design but also a host of new features. All the apps have been redesigned, and new features such as Control Center make it easier to get to your settings.
Click here to learn more about the seven main new features on iOS 7.
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