IOS7 is here today, Sept. 18, 2013 and it's already obsolete - in a manner of speaking. The Wochit Technology video notifies all that new versions of iOS7 are already in the field - iOS7.0.1, iOS7.0.2 and iOS7.1 are registered in the website already. These extra versions are intended to beat the bugs that are already expected to appear in the new Apple operating system. Bugs are almost always expected around launch time. The best site on things Apple (9 to 5 Mac) reported that internal testing has begun on these versions.
The Apple video regarding the iOS7 operation and design is a very soothing piece of marketing work at just over 7 minutes. Jony Ive has clearly picked up (improved really) where Scott Forstall left off (link to this gif for a very surprising view on that). So POOF! - Gone are the digital skeuomorphs that were associated with previous iOS designs. One very impressive thing overall is the depth of perspective one sees in the new operating system interface - it even shows up on the video. Don't watch the video about the new iOS7 if you don't want to buy the new iPhone!
The Control Center might seem a little "too new" for some. Supposedly you can access just about every app and feature with just a swipe. AirDrop (for IOS) appears to be the closest thing it has compared to "Bump". It is a little more complicated but you don't have to physically locate your sharing friends to operate this data share feature. The photo/video control seems to be about as simple as it can be. Hopefully that p/v feature won't be "too buggy" - but that seems like a natural location for those infuriating bugs on the iOS7.
But what about Siri? Is it really still in Beta - and is iOS7? Comments abound on 9 to 5 Mac. References to the Wikipedia are usually avoided but they seem to have a complete list of iOS7 features. According to Gizmodo today, your older iOS may not have Control Center and some of the other new features. Some of the comments are hilarious - others have profanity. Unfortunately not enough space is here to cover all of the iOS7 features - a better source might be Ars Technica. Is iOS7 really obsolete - that is, is it in the next version? Check your (new) device for updates.