Unless you live under a rock, you’ve heard that Apple released iOS7 on Tuesday, and that the new iPhone 5s and 5c models came out today. People aren’t taking this event lightly. They want their shiny new phones with a shiny new operating system. Just look at this dude to the right. He was NOT going home and using his 4s for another day. No way.
We’ve upgraded our phones with the new iOS7 software and we’re pretty stoked about the sleek, sexy new design. It’s sort of like you have a brand new phone, but without having to wait in line for hours or fight someone to the death. The new multitasking is pretty legit, as well as the easier access to important functions like do-not-disturb mode and Airplane mode.
But what really has us (that is, a room full of internet tech nerds) excited is that Apple recognizes where the domain name industry is headed.
Where the iOS6 version of Safari had a dedicated “.COM” button to make it easier to type in an address, iOS7 now has a “dot” button that expands so you can choose five different extensions—.US, .ORG, .EDU, .NET, and .COM. Take a look: