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Apple has finally released the official version of iOS 7, its major upgrade to the software that runs iPhones and iPads. The temptation to snag the software update immediately may be tough to resist. But there are a few good reasons to hold off. See if any of these apply to you:

If you’re into simple and free Cydia tweaks, you’ll definitely want to check out TapTapFolder. This new tweak will quickly launch the first app within a folder with a single tap. Prior to using TapTapFolder, I didn’t think I had a need for a tweak like this, but over the last few days it’s grown on me.

TapTapFolder may not be full of features, but it’s these simple tweaks that ensure there are iOS customizations for just about any situation. Currently, TapTapFolder is available for free in the BigBoss repository.

And once you do, sit back and explore. Then let us know what you think of the changes. Share your thoughts on what you like and dislike the most in the comments below. 

Sure, a new major software version can be exciting—like getting your hands on a brand new device without actually having to plunk down a fortune or extend your carrier contract. But when it comes to Apple’s latest, you’ll want to know what you’re getting into before making the commitment.

This could be responsible for at least some of the early bugs reported from users who actually managed to download iOS 7. Indeed, the Apple Support Forums reveal user issues relating to activation errors and, in some cases, glitches with specific apps, like iMessage and FaceTime. As for the latter, at least some of those problems seem to surround older iOS devices, or iPhones or iPads that had one of the iOS 7 betas loaded onto them. 

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