7 Most Annoying Things About iOS 7

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 25 September 2013, 14:18 Hrs
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#3 Control Center could be fussy



Control Center is the handy new feature where the screen gets you to quick access to frequently used settings like Wi-Fi toggle. It's feels great, but not all apps are ready for that gesture yet. Subsequently, you may accidentally pull up the Control Center drawer when you're playing a game or using an app. To turn off it off go to Settings > Control Center and toggle "Access Within Apps" off. It will still work on the home screen and the lock screen.



#2 Automatic app updates may get you bugs



With Automatic App Updates feature, iTunes automatically downloads and updates all your apps for you in the background. It's great, but sometimes it may introduce a bug or feature that you don't want. You can turn it off by going to Settings > iTunes and App Store and toggling the "Updates" setting of "Automatic Downloads" to off.



#1 Messages doesn’t display contacts full name



With iOS 7 update, messages no longer shows a contact's full name. It is fine if you have friends with obnoxiously long and very specific names, but chances are that you may know a few people with the same name. This can cause confusion. You can make the messages to display the second name of the contact by going to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Tap the "Short Name" option under "Contact" and change it to whichever selection you prefer.



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