iOS7 was presented yesterday (June 10) and will be released this fall. I'm going to point out my favorites of the new features.
The new Control Center feature means now some functions are directly accessible by sweeping from the bottom of the screen. Turn on or off Airplane mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Do Not Disturb are all available that way, but so are some functions you tend to need regularly and quickly, like flashlight, timer, calculator and camera.
There's one great Control Center feature I would have liked to see: sweep access to the settings of the current app. I hope someone at Apple reads this.
Notification Center access from the Lock screen. Very useful!
Real multi-tasking. This is a feature that Android has had for a long while. I think Apple waited to add this feature until they solved the battery draining problem that multi-tasking usually brings. I guess Apple's approach could be called smart multi-tasking.
AirDrop for iOS is great. Proctele can't wait to include that in some of its apps.
iOS Safari's new tab view is so beautiful I've got to put a picture of it right here:
It's like you're looking into a drawer and seeing pages of paper standing up, is it cardboard ;-)? Beautiful!
App Store app automatically updates your app with the newest app versions. Good!
iOS devices are among the most popular devices in the world and thieves know that. The existing Find my iPhone app counters that problem. A new feature is that turning off Find My iPhone or erasing your device requires your Apple ID and password. To reactivate the device your Apple ID and password are required.
And lastly. The icons have been redesigned. See them here. iOS7 looks good.