With Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2013 just around the corner, more details about the forthcoming iSO 7 for iPad, iPhone and iPod are leaked from sources.
The iSO 7 is an overhaul compared with previous iOS mobile operating systems. According to 9to5Mac’ source, the look of the new will be “black, white, and flat all over.” And many of the linen and leather textures in current iOS will be replaced to share the same black, white and flat design. Mail, Calendar and Maps will also have the unified look. All these apps will have a white base each but a unique scheme.
Moreover, the lock screen is different from previous version that users have accustomed. The shiny and transparent time bar on the top of the lock screen will be canceled for a shine-free, black interface. And the square-grid for entering pin code will be replace with round, black buttons having white text and borders. As for the home screen aps icons will no longer have shine, shadows and gloss, but the buttons are still round and tappable.
The new iOS 7 is a great challenge and dramatically change for the devices running iconic system designed by Jobs and Forstall have been sold more than half a billion and users have accustomed the old style.
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