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Swipe up to reveal the Control Center
Finally, at long last. It's a quick and simple way of getting to the options that you use on a regular basis. Similar to how the BlackBerry Z10 performs, you simply swipe up from the bottom of the screen to display a range of options. Those options — such as flight mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and so on — are not yet customizable. It also includes a flashlight (bottom left button) and quick access to AirPlay so users can stream presentations to nearby devices.
Simple, white-space embracing user interface
With the contacts app, it's simple and sleek. There's no clutter. You can call people and FaceTime them if they have a compatible device.
Redesigned phone app with larger color-coded buttons
The new phone replaces square buttons with circles. It also takes up the whole space of the screen. The call button is extremely prominent, but the buttons at the bottom are much smaller. Because these are the same buttons in iOS 6, you intuitively go to where you need to go, regardless of the new user interface.