Jbow: not yet, but I would guess 4S and up.
Control Center: nice that it's an across-the-board connection system for AirPlay and music/settings. Clean remote-like feel.
Federighi does a quick demo, turning on the flashlight, starting some music, hopping to another app and readjusting those same dials without having to start another app.
these guys love Vampire Weekend
"There's much much more," Federighi teases, including AirDrop, Apple's file sharing service.
Tap on a friend to share photos. Well, that's a little easier.
My, those friend circles are interesting.
Man, multitasking looks about a million times better in iOS 7.
"no need to wander around the room bumping your phone." Applause.
You can do this right from the share sheet. "You can do this from right where you are, you don't need to walk over and bump your phone," Federighi teases.
Works on iPhone 5, iPad 4th gen, iPad mini
So, I'm curious how across-the-board AirDrop will be. Could be amazing for events like these.
ok, you can only use Air Drop on iPhone 5 and up.
New camera stuff: live photo filters.
Wow, that could be a revealing diss. No NFC this year then, Apple?
Photos adds instant filters, and swiping to change your kind of camera.
Photos are now organized into "moments." We're getting a demo.
Photos app's been completely revamped to coincide with this. Gone is the endless list of shots. Photos now get broken up into "moments," much like what the company's been doing in iPhoto for years.
Nothing is done to organize them, but they're labeled by location.
Can see shots on based where they are via geotagging. All these are grouped together into a big collection.
Moments get combined into collections, collections into years -- the year level looks like one of those photos made up of other photos.
Can keep scaling out and see all the photos you've taken by year, which gets some oohs and awws. This mode also shows you some of the interesting locations you were at.
Betas for iPhone today. iPad coming next.
iOS 7 available to developers today for phone, and iPad in coming weeks. Final release this fall.
iPhone 4 and later, iPad 2 and later will be able to download iOS 7. That's a surprise.
iPhone 4 and later, iPad 2 and later, iPad Mini, 5th-gen Touch can get iOS 7.
Notice no word on iOS 7 battery life.
Cook back on stage, presumably to take us home. Going over OS X Mavericks, new MacBook Airs running the Haswell chips, and the sneak peek of the Mac Pro.