Previously, we have seen Apple releasing a plethora of features and other functionalities over the last few generations of iOS. Apple’s iOS 7 concentrates on this aspect by devising out specific device control methods for the users who wish to interact with their devices utilizing the head-based gestures.
With the advent in the developers and other enthusiasts working overtime and carefully examining and inspecting the software, iOS 7 beta promises to release out in-development sections of the firmware which were not announced previously as part of the WWDC introduction. The main aspects were covered initially but such developmental sections which surface up in beta releases will never make it to the final system. Along these lines, a new-fangled option has been found which helps to switch control methods that assist the progress in using the left and right head movements to make menu selections.
Currently existent Switch Source options provide significant utilities for using a third-party device for control, or to activate one of the built-in control methods that Apple devises out with iOS 7 beta. During the time that this is enabled, a particular selection box can be seen through each available option presently viewable on screen. Furthermore, beneficial functionalities are dished out for allowing the user to the defined head movement for the selection of that particular option. Once a section is selected, you will view a checked box and the respective process is undertaken as per the selection of options.
Such characterization is an interesting development to facilitate a way to interact with the device. No information has been available whether such functionality will be available with the public build of iOS 7, however at this point of time you can certainly call it as a new part of Apple’s future.