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iOS 7 Safari gets slick new tabs, smart search box, more

iOS 7 Safari gets slick new tabs, smart search box, more

A new version of iOS means a new Safari browser, and iOS 7 updates the mobile internet browser with a brand new interface and new features. The iOS 7 Safari is supposedly faster than any version of the app before, and also makes finding information from different sites and services more straightforward. There's a unified address and search bar, just as on Safari on the desktop, with auto-suggestions from Google.

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iOS 7 Control Center adds toggles at a swipe

iOS 7 Control Center adds toggles at a swipe

This week at WWDC 2013, Apple has added a feature to their mobile operating system called "Control Center". With iOS 7, Apple has introduced a brand new user interface, complete with updated icons, typsetting, and a user interface that's refreshed from top to bottom. Control Center adds toggle switches to iOS 7.

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iOS 7 official with new multi-dimensional user interface

iOS 7 official with new multi-dimensional user interface

As WWDC 2013 introduced iOS 7, Tim Cook made it clear that this would be the biggest change to the operating system since the introduction of the iPhone. This system update was introduced in kind by a video-based Tony Ive, lead industrial designer at Apple, the man that'd been put in charge of the user experience of iOS earlier this year.

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Mac Pro reborn: The future of the OS X workstation

Mac Pro reborn: The future of the OS X workstation

Apple has revealed its new Mac Pro, the much-anticipated refresh of its professional-grade workstation, and it's quite the departure from the old machine. Gone is the meaty aluminum tower, replaced by a compact, glossy black cylinder just 1/8th the volume of its predecessor. That doesn't mean it's slow, however: in fact, the new Mac Pro is set to be the fastest Mac ever.

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Mac Pro will be “assembled here in the USA”

Mac Pro will be “assembled here in the USA”

Apple's WWDC 2013 developers conference has revealed a new iteration of their Mac Pro machine, taking on a tube-like appearance and coming in as what very well may be Apple's first fully-USA-manufactured machine. Apple's word thus far is that this next-generation Mac Pro will be "assembled here in the USA", which could mean that it'll be manufactured in part internationally.

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