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Larger album artwork; smaller text a little confusing?
To take advantage of the larger space on later iPhone models, album art is presented in the middle of the screen, rather than spreading out over the controls. It's simple and elegant, and many will enjoy this. However, the one gripe is not knowing whether the text labels at the bottom are enabled. Options on older iOS versions typically glowed a different color. In this case, it's not clear.
iCloud music downloading
Whether or not iTunes Match is enabled, you can still download your music collection that isn't on your iPhone or iPad from iTunes in the cloud. The cloud software keeps tracks of your purchases, and allows you to download music over cellular or Wi-Fi connections while you are on the go.
Safari searching, Bing by default
Safari now uses Bing as its default search engine, saddling up with Microsoft — Apple's former main rival — away from Google, which remains the iPhone and iPad maker's staunch enemy in the mobile space. Predictive search is fast and responsive, and often nails down the right result in moments, likely a testament to Bing rather than iOS 7, however.