Keller Computer Service Experts Weigh in on iOS7 Features

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Keller Computer Service experts weigh in on iOS7 features. Computer service company Computer CPR lists a few of the cool, new features iOS7 supplies.

The traditional gradients and classic Apple ringtone will soon be a memory. The bold fluorescent hues and cool, new features of iOS7 have taken hold of the iPhone, iPad and iTouch, and most users are pleased. The tech experts at Computer CPR, a trusted computer service provider in Grapevine, discuss a few of the simplified features iOS7 supplies.

Sometimes, change can be tough to accept. Especially considering Apple's features mostly remained stagnant since the phone's debut in 2007. In this case, however, change is a good thing. Here are a few big upgrades from iOS6 that the IT consultants at Computer CPR are enjoying.

Call/Text/Facetime Blocking: At last, iPhone users can dodge contact with whomever they please. To block a call, text or Facetime, simply open Settings, choose Phone, Messages or Facetime and select Blocked.

The Control Center. With a simple swipe up from the bottom of the screen, users can access the controls for airplane mode, Wi-Fi, Airplay, AirDrop and Bluetooth. This action also enables a flashlight toggle and shortcuts to the calculator, camera and clock.

Picture-Hanging Aid. Professional picture-hanging isn't toward the top of anyone's priority list, but Apple decided to help out anyway. Select the compass app to try out Apple's built-in level.

Message Timestamps. Oddly enough, iOS have never revealed the exact time each text message, until now. iOS7 users can finally see the timestamp of each sent and received message by grabbing a speech bubble in the thread and swiping toward the left.

Search Access. A quick swipe down the center of the phone is all it takes to search the entirety of the Apple device.

Residents of the Fort Worth metropolitan area who have questions regarding their Apple computer can rely on Computer CPR for comprehensive technology assistance. Their IT consultants supply PC repair and Mac service in Southlake, Grapevine and other nearby communities. Network administration, virus removal and data recovery services are also available.

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Computer CPR is a team of expert IT consultants who supply network administration services, Mac and PC repair, data recovery and virus removal in Southlake and surrounding communities.

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