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| June 10, 2013
Apple Adds New Control Center To Its Mobile OS In iOS 7
Apple has just announced that its forthcoming software update iOS 7 is set to launch with a new feature called "Control Center." Control Center can be activated with an upwards swipe from the bottom of an iDevice's screen, revealing a Notification Center-like overlaid interface. Here, however, users can access a number of iOS options quickly and easily, including Airplane Mode, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. In addition, users can enable or disable the screen orientation lock, Do Not Disturb, a flashlight, and can access the all-new AirDrop. Finally, users can also access Music app controls at the bottom of Control Center. Impressed? For more of today's news, see: Apple Announces iTunes Radio, Its New Music Streaming Service, Apple Brings New Improvements To Camera In iOS 7, and Multitasking Gets A Big Upgrade In iOS 7 .