Published on Jun 10, 2013
A lot has changed in iOS 7; mostly all for the better too, but one thing I'll have to get used to is accessing the new Search menu.
In iOS 6 and before, from home position, swiping left to right would bring up the search field, and if you had a lot of apps in lots of different folders, this was usually the quickest way to find an app.
That "swipe" is no longer available in iOS 7. You have the Notifications menu by swiping down and the Control Center with a swipe up.
It took me a little tsearching to find, but swiping down from the body of the screen is where you can find the new search menu.
Plus, the search results have been improved with "top hits", "contacts", "music" and so on, all nicely separated from each other.
Thanks for watching. And be sure to check out my other iOS 7 video too.
iOS 7: New Dynamic Wallpaper, Ringtones and Text Tones - http://youtu.be/XTtk9IeDbCg
iOS 7: New Notifications Menu - http://youtu.be/-SShSwLp8Zk
iOS 7: Updated Siri - http://youtu.be/Gfyt1f2sjDo
iOS 7: "Activation Lock" Reset - http://youtu.be/ZTk1bYSDww4
iOS 7: New Control Center - http://youtu.be/pexDxy7Rd_Y
iOS 7: New Multitasking "Cards" - http://youtu.be/-XpjdQUTOac
iOS 7: Updated Home Screen & Folders - http://youtu.be/iM1M68HQQjQ
iOS 7: What's New & Walkthrough - http://youtu.be/5-JMOe2VPTA
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