[Updated on 25 October to reflect the iOS 7.0.3 rollout]
With iOS 7, Apple has moved search off of its own area to the left of the home screen to a new, hidden place. If you weren't paying attention to Apple's rather brief introduction to iOS 7 you may not know where that hidden place is, or why it's so different.
First of all, let's find the darn thing. This part is pretty simple: just swipe down from the top of your home screen, about where the top row of app icons are, and the search bar will appear. From there, you'll be able to search to your heart's delight.
If you repeatedly find results from parts of your phone you really don't care about, you can change the areas from which search results are sourced. To do this, go to Settings>General>Spotlight Search. From here you will be able to choose the categories from which you want to see search results appear.
When iOS 7 first launched, Apple mysteriously removed the option to search the web from the search bar. However, the firm has reacted to user complaints and has reinstated it with iOS 7.0.3. So if you'd already moved to iOS 7 from version 6, and this was a feature you were missing, update as soon as possible to version 7.0.3, and you'll be able to type in one search term and get results from your device, the web and Wikipedia.
If you'd like to change the default search engine you get from spotlight search, you can do this by going to Settings>Safari>Search Engine. You can choose from Google, Bing and Yahoo. Be aware that this will also change your default search provider when you're using Safari.
Alternatively, you can try out Google's dedicated iOS search offering.
That's it - Apple's new Spotlight Search demystified.
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