WWDC 2013: Apple Unveil iOS 7 – Biggest Change to iOS since the First iPhone

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2013 was held as scheduled on June 10th, 2013. At this significant and much focused conference, Apple officially announced the long rumored iOS 7, which totally revamps the theme for its mobile operating system since the first generation of iPhone. The new iOS will be available to free download in this fall and will run on the devices including iPhone 4 and above, iPad 2 and above, iPad Mini and iPod touch 5th generation.



The iOS 7 was completely redesigned by Jony Ive with fire-new user interface (UI). The most obvious point is the flat design style with subtle color, which is exactly the same as the speculations. The new style abandons the traditional garish analog design in favor of a much flat look and feel.

Apart from the changes of the icon, Apple also redesigns the interface and some functions. The new iOS adopts upward sliding unlock, push-up control panel, multitask process and more. In iOS 7, Siri adopts a brand new interface and new voices.  Moreover, Apple for the first time adds filter in camera and photo, adopts AirDrop and provides the free iTunes Radios. All the new features of iOS 7 reveal the concise and fashion.

Do you like the Skeuomorphism traditional iOS or the flatter new iOS 7? Would you like to update your iSO to the latest one or remain unchanged?

In this WWDC, Apple published many products apart from iOS 7, such as Macbook Air, OS X 10.9 Mavericks, Mac Pro and more. If you want to know more detailed info about these new products, please pay attention to our later post.

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