Photos: Check out new iPhone features in iOS 7 Previous Gallery Next Gallery 1 / 25 2 / 25 Put your thumb at the bottom of the screen and move up. That quickly allows access the flashlight function, a stopwatch, calculator and camera. It also has quick volume and brightness controls, airplane mode, and other functions. 3 / 25 To search, pull down from the top of the screen. 4 / 25 Rather than closing multiple Safari pages vertically, the pages show up in this mode. Tap on the top left to close. 5 / 25 If you’re on wifi, you can access iTunes Radio, which is similar to Pandora. Type in an artist to get their station. 6 / 25 Double click the home button still closes applications, but you slide them up with your fringer instead of tapping the icon. 7 / 25 Want to see the time each text message was sent? Slide left to see the specific times. 8 / 25 Want to get rid of one part of the message? Double tap it. The delete option is under “more.” 9 / 25 Use audio-only FaceTime to save phone minutes, or to make the iPad or iPod touch work like a phone. 10 / 25 There are several new ringtone options. Find those in settings sounds ringtone. 11 / 25 There are several new vibration alert options. Find those in settings sounds ringtone. 12 / 25 You can also create your own vibration alert, like your favorite high school cheer squad stomp or the intro to “Funkytown.” That’s also in settings sounds ringtone. 13 / 25 If you get a date and time in a text message, hold your finger on it and you’ll get the create event and calendar options. 14 / 25 Walk often? The maps option allows preferred directions to be in walking or driving mode. 15 / 25 In the bookmark bar, you can choose the @ option to see what links your friends have shared on social networks. This example doesn’t have any shared links yet – hopefully he’ll find friends soon. 16 / 25 IOS 7 can also automatically update apps. 17 / 25 The iPhone now has a built-in level. Find that in utilities compass level. 18 / 25 You can now block callers. Do that by selecting a contact and using the block options. 19 / 25 Don’t want to be bothered? Got into settings do not disturb to schedule when you won’t hear the phone. 20 / 25 Not a fan of ads? Limit ad tracking in settings privacy advertising. 21 / 25 Want to be reminded about a call? That’s an option, and responding with a text is a little clearer now. 22 / 25 Want Siri to have better pronunciation? Tell her so. 23 / 25 Want Siri to have a guy’s voice? You can control that now. Controls are in settings Siri voice gender. 24 / 25 There is more motion with this user interface. If you don’t like that, go to settings general accessibility reduce motion. 25 / 25 Go to settings general background app refresh to turn of selected apps in order to preserve battery life.