One of the best features for a new user on OS X is search. You can search for so much! Of course, there's Spotlight search to search for documents, mail, contacts, applications and so forth. Another awesome feature is a search field in the Help menu (Shift+Cmd+?) to search for menu options and application help. But one of my favorites for teaching a new user how to configure their Mac is search in "System Preferences".
It makes quick work of locating just where to go to set up a printer, or add a mail account, or any number of other settings for your Mac.
SO WHY ISN'T THIS AVAILABLE FOR iOS?
This should have been present when iOS was first released, but here we are at version 7 of iOS and still no search for the Settings app. Is it because the location of settings is obvious? No. Is it because there are just not that many settings? No.
In fact, there are so many settings in iOS, the group of "General" settings is not even on the screen when you first launch settings: you have to scroll to get to them. I count 35 rows in the Settings app before you even get to the third-party application-specific settings. This. Needs. Search.
Apple, please fix that.