Now that Apple has released their second beta Apple iOS 7 mobile operating system to developers, more features tweaks and enhancements are coming to light with regards what Apple has included in their new next-generation Apple iOS 7 software.
This week features discovered by Apple developers include a new control system that would allow Apple iOS 7 users to be able to control their iPad or iPhone with head movements and gestures.
The new gesture control feature discovered in the latest Apple iOS 7 beta release seems to be bringing similar functionality to that included on Samsung’s Galaxy S4 smartphone, that allows you to scroll through webpages using your eyes. All be it in a different gesture format.
The new Apple iOS 7 gestures control system apparently allows users to use left and right head movements to act as the home button, open Notification centre, App Switcher or start Siri. The new Apple iOS 7 operating system has also been enhanced with new security measures, new ways to configure and deploy devices at scale, and features to help businesses purchase, distribute, and manage apps with ease.
Apple iOS 7 is expected to be launched later this year around the beginning of September 2013. As more information comes to light about the newApple iOS 7 gesture control system we will keep you updated as always.
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