More news on the upcoming iOS 7 for Apple’s mobile devices has just been revealed. Let’s see what Apple has in store for us.
According to 9to5 Mac, Apple senior vice president of industrial design Jony Ive is overhauling the system by dropping its current lifelike design in favor of a simpler interface.
First off, Ive is planning on having a “black, white and flat all over” black-and-white user interface elements and a long-awaited move away from heavy textures. Full design of iOS lock screen, dropping the linen feature in Notification Center and the shine on Apple home screen are among the things that are said to be remove in the update.
However, the update is set to add many cool thing to the devices as well. For example, they’re planning on adding widgets to the Notification Center, including Bluetooth toggling, to make the all thing more useful. The Weather app is said to update with new animation for better looks. Also, it is sad that the current apps icons are going to be redesign too, to keep the changes consistent.
So don’t get too used to the current look, cause it’s going to change soon.
It’s also rumored that both Maps and Siri are going to get improvement, and the device is going to integrated with apps such as Flickr and Vimeo as well. More news are reported to announce in the upcoming World Wide Developer Conference in San Francisco June 10-14th.