Apple has released the new iOS 7 that includes completely new design and a lot more functionality for iDevices. You can download iOS 7 now and upgrade your iOS on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. We have included the links to download iOS 7 below but before you upgrade, back up your data. You obviously do not want your pictures, music and other files wiped along the process of upgrading iOS. First step you want to take before you upgrade, is to take backup of all your data from your iDevice. You can do so by using iCloud, iTunes, iTools or iFunBox. iCloud provides small free space and its cloud based backup. If you do not want to take backup in the cloud or you have large amount of data then you can take local backup in your PC by using iTunes or other two tools mentioned above.
You can back up via iCloud by visiting Settings > iCloud > Backup & Storage in your device.
You also might want to take backup of your iTunes library via latest iTunes by connecting device with the PC. If you have enabled iCloud backup from device then iTunes sync might be disabled for you. Right click the device in iTunes under ‘Devices’ and select ‘Back Up’.
iOS 7 has been completely redesigned. Its bright colors and a number of new features makes it stand out against previous versions. New features include Control Center, which lets users access your phone’s settings by swiping up from the bottom of the screen; AirDrop, a quick way to send content to iOS users nearby; and smarter multitasking.
Download iOS 7 for iDevices
iOS 7 can be updated to iOS 7 directly on devices using Over-the-Air but the another option is to manually update compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices to the latest version by using IPSW firmware. These IPSW firmware files weigh in at several GB and are hosted on Apple’s servers. If the downloading link does not work, you might want to refresh the page to get the file. Here are the download links: