This has been an issue since I upgraded to iOS 7.0; whenever I scroll, especially in full screen within the browser, the Control Center is annoyingly displayed without my intention to do. This is really a concern especially on small iPhone screens.
Workaround: Disable Control Center access within the applications.
Unfortunately, iOS7 was released while I was abroad, so without any bad intentions I backed up my data and upgraded exactly on 20th September. Everything was OK and iMessage\FaceTime had no problems since they were already functioning in my home country.
Things started to happen when I noticed that iMessage was not activated for my phone number and it was only working for my e-mail, so I turned it off\on, which actually was not the case. I only turned it off, and when trying to turn it on, a message appeared confirming a message to be sent for Apple for activation and kept waiting for activation, hours passed and no reply.
A visit to Apple store advised me to approach Apple support on the Internet http://www.apple.com/support !!!which I have followed and created two cases, where I was informed that they won't be able to help me unless I spend a day waiting for confirmation for my activation request!!! And directed me to a troubleshooting page: http://support.apple.com/kb/ts4268 which included steps that require at least one more day.
Fed up, I dropped again by Apple store which changed my device!!! Voila, still not functioning!!
Finally, with no more time to waste on this, I returned home with my issue and trying to activate, and the next time I checked my phone, they were both activated!
It is worth adding that, as per my monthly invoice, the activation message was never sent from my iPhone while I was abroad!
2) Change Folder Location to Dropbox "Favorites" folder.
Note: Don't forget to create the new folder "Favorites", so that the bookmark files are not moved to the root Dropbox folder.
3) Select the just created "Favorites" folder within Dropbox.
4) Move all files and subfolders.
Note: In case you want to sync your bookmarks with Apple Safari bookmarks, you can still use iCloud, and selecting Internet Explorer Bookmarks for syncing.
iCloud 3.0 caused the return of my deleted files.
When I uninstalled it, everything went smooth! Of course, your bookmarks are now no longer synchronized by Safari :(
Applied on :
Windows 7 Professional SP1
Internet Explorer 10.0.9