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Adaptive user interface aesthetic
One of the little known or seen features of the new user interface is its ability to adapt to its surroundings, such as its colorations and fonts based on the device's dominant wallpaper. The edges of buttons will glow a s similar, lighter shade of the wallpaper's dominant color, assisted by a thick blurring of the display for additional effect, and the fonts will adapt and thicken when needed to make it easier to read text on screen.
Hide the Newsstand
The bane of many iPhone and iPad users' lives: Newsstand, the e-book and magazine service embedded in iPhone and iPads in the latest iteration of the mobile software, can now be tucked away in a folder out of sight. It's a small thing but it's Apple rolling back a major revenue turner.
Native PDF support
iOS 7 users can now access PDF files straight from their inboxes; something not seen before now. This adds significant weight to the business use case -- as simple as it may seem -- allowing iPhone and iPad owners to view documents on the go without the need for a third-party client.