Apple released the latest incarnation of its mobile operating system, iOS 7, on Wednesday. Many early adopters took to Twitter to voice their opinions (and, at times, frustrations) on the upgrade. Here is a sampling.
Reaction to iOS 7
What iOS7 looks like
Here's a video demonstration of the new operating system:
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