Here are the rest of our 30 iOS 7 tips to help you master the new mobile operating system.
17. Access extra weather information
With iOS 7, the weather app has been transformed. You'll now see subtly animated backgrounds that reflect the current weather, as well as information about weather for the rest of the day and week.
When you first open the weather app, you'll see the location, weather type (e.g sunny), the temperature, an overview of the weather for the next five hours, and weather forecasts for the next five days.
By tapping on the temperature, you can access further information including humidity, chance of rain, wind and what temperature it feels like depending on those factors.
By sliding the area showing the day's weather, you can see how the weather will change throughout the day. Slide left or right elsewhere in the app to see other locations.
18. See your calendar appointments for today, the week, the month
When you first open the Calendars app in iOS 7, you should see your appointments for the day. You can scroll up and down to see what you should be up to.
If you want to see the rest of your week's appointments, you can tap the date in the bar at the top to swap between days. Slide that bar to see further back or further ahead.
To see the whole month, you can tap the month in the top left corner. You'll say a grey dot beneath the date if you've got an appointment on that day.
If you turn your device to landscape orientation, you can see a new view of your appointments. This shows you three or four days worth of appointments, depending on the size of your display. Scroll up and down to see appointments that are earlier or later in the day.
Another way to see your appointments is to tap the search button, which looks like a little magnifying glass. Here, you can search for a particular appointment or scroll through an easy to read list and endless of appointments.
19. Share some photos
Photos in iOS 7 are now sorted into Moments. This makes sharing groups of photos easier. Simply go to that Moment and tap the blue Share button. You'll then have the option to share this moment or share some photos.
Sharing a moment will allow you to send all of the photographs in that moment to a friend. If there are just a few photos in that moment, you can share via a message, email, iCloud, Facebook or Flickr. You can also copy or print from here.
If you've got lots of photographs or video to share, you'll only get the option to send via a message or iCloud, and you won't be able to print (as printing video could prove to be a little tricky).
To pick and choose photographs, tap the Share button and then select the items you want to share.
If you're using a newer iPhone such as the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c, you'll also have the AirDrop option here. See more about AirDrop in step one.
20. Skip to last Christmas photos
The new Photos app means your photographs are sorted a little differently in iOS 7 to the way they were in iOS 6.
Now, if you want to find photographs that were taken last December for example, you can go to Photos and then tap Years. Then tap the photographs at the bottom of the '2012' group. You'll be taken to the photographs that were taken latest in the year, which will probably be your Christmas photos.
21. Set up Photo Stream
Photo Stream allows you to automatically upload new photographs to iCloud as you take them. This means that your photos will be automatically synced to all of your other iCloud devices when you're connected to WiFi.
To turn on Photo Stream, all you'll need to do is go to Settings > Photos & Camera and slide the My Photo Stream button to green.
Now, when you take photographs, you'll see them in the Albums tab in the My Photo Stream album.
You can set up Shared Photo Streams with other users by tapping Shared in the Photos app, and then tapping the plus button. You can name your new stream and then add the contacts that you'd like to share the stream with. Now, whenever you take a new photograph, you can share it with friends via the Shared Photo Stream, by tapping the plus button and choosing a photo.
22. Edit a photo
If you've taken a photograph that you're happy with but haven't applied any edits yet, you can do this through Apple's new Photos app.
Go to the photo you want to edit and then tap the Edit button in the top right corner. You'll be taken to the edit screen where you can rotate an image, auto enhance it, add one of Apple's eight new filters, get rid of red-eye or crop using the tools in the bar along the bottom.
What's good about Apple's photo editing tools is that, even if you've saved your edit, you can go back into edit mode on that photograph and revert it back to the original image.
23. Take a panorama
To take a Panorama photograph, go to the Camera app and swipe left in the centre of your iPhone's display until you get to Pano. Now, all you need to do is tap the shutter button and move your phone in the direction of the arrow until you either fill up the bar or press the shutter button again. Using this feature, you'll capture a long, narrow Panorama image.
24. Take a square shot
Taking a square photograph in iOS 7 is easy. All you need to do is open the Camera app and swipe left once to get to the Square mode. Tap the shutter button and you've taken a square shot.
25. Share a location in Maps using AirDrop
If you're about to head out somewhere and want to share the location with someone who'll be joining you later, you can do this through AirDrop. If you both have AirDrop turned on, you can go to the Maps app, tap the share button and then tap the person you want to share with. If you can't see any friends in the AirDrop option, ask them to open Control Centre and turn it on.
26. Delete a note
If you've got a note in your Notes app that you'd like to delete, simply swiped left over that note and tap the red delete button that appears.
From within a note, you can tap the trash can icon at the middle of the bottom toolbar to delete that note.
27. Turn off badges in Notification Centre
If you, like us, are not so keen on the bright red badges that appear on your app icons if you've got an update or new message, for example, they you might be pleased to hear that there is a way to turn them off.
If you'd like to turn off badges in Nonfiction Centre you can do so by going to Settings > Notification Centre.
You'll need to go into individual apps to turn off badges. For example, if you want to turn off Messages badges, you can scroll down and tap Messages, and then use the Badge App Icon slider to turn them off.
To search your iPad or iPhone, slide down from anywhere on your iPhone or iPad other than the very top (which will show Notifications Centre) or bottom (Control Centre) of the device.
Now you'll be able to type your search into your device. You can search for apps, contacts, music, mail, notes and more.
You can also use the same swipe gesture to search within apps such as the Notes app and the Mail app.
29. Turn off location services to save battery
Leaving location services turned on can drain your battery significantly faster than if you turn it off. If you're not using Maps or an app that requires your location, you can turn location services off.
To do this, you'll need to go to Settings > Privacy and tap Location Services. From here, you can toggle the feature on or off.
You can turn off Location Services for individual apps too.
30. Swipe to next page in Safari
You can swipe between pages in Safari in iOS 7. If you want to go page to the page you were on previously, just swipe your finger left. To go forwards, swipe right.
Learn more about Safari in our Safari for iOS 7 review
31. Turn off background app refresh
As mentioned, thanks to the new multitasking feature in iOS 7, you can have your iPhone or iPad refresh your apps in the background ready for when you want to use them. However, this could cause an increase in data usage and a battery life decrease, so you might want to turn it off.
To turn off background app refresh, go to Settings > General and then slide Background App Refresh to off.