Control Center has been introduced in iOS 7 as an easy to use feature for users. It comes as a power-menu for iOS users that allows them to easily interact with core features of their devices, and kills the need of third-party applications and jailbreak tweaks. Apple has been working on Control Center feature from last couple of months, and after lots of research today we have Control Center on our devices that are running iOS 7.
Control Center on iOS 7 brings multiple toggles on the screen, and users can access it from anywhere on their device. It features some quick buttons and sliders on iOS devices. Swiping up from bottom of your iPhone or iPad screen can enable it, and then you can quickly access couple of things.
With iOS 7 Control Center, you wont be anymore require to open Settings application to turn on / off any radio on your device. It is featuring Airplane mode, WiFi, Bluetooth, Do Not Disturb, and Screen Orientation Lock button. Furthermore, you will see two sliders from which one of them is a brightness controller with suns around it.
And the other one is volume slider to control the volume of your device. Control Center also featuring a panel of music controls, and some other quick buttons too.
Control Center has got little fragmented features over different devices. In iPhone 5 and latest iPhone devices, you will get AirDrop and AirPlay option on your Control Center, but not on older-generation iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. Furthermore, there is a range of quick buttons over different devices.
Control Center also features Flashlight, Calculator, Stop Watch, and Camera buttons for iOS users. Now you wont be required to install any third-generation application to turn on your flash light on your iPhone. Interestingly, with Control Center flash button, you wont be required to stay awake your device. It can work in the background.
In addition to these features, Control Center comes with dynamic settings on iOS. It can be accessed through lock-screen or from any application on your device. But it got options to disable it from opening up on lock-screen, or coming over any third-party application. You can customize Control Center from Settings application on your iOS 7 running device.
So what do you think about Control Center in iOS 7?