In Pictures: iOS 7 tips and tricks you need to learn

Some advice on getting the most out of Apple's new mobile operating system, iOS 7.

Use gestures to close tabs in Safari Speaking of Safari, Apple's built-in mobile web browser now has a new layout when looking at all open windows. As you can tell, the windows are stacked vertically instead of horizontally, as they were in iOS 6.

In order to close a tab, you can tap the 'x' in the upper left hand corner. Or, you can swipe a tab to the left and it will be magically whisked away. Also cool is that you can now have up to 24 open tabs in Safari. The previous limit was eight.

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