|May 24, 2013, 08:30 AM||#1|
More Details on Jony Ive's Flat iOS 7 Design: Heavier on Black and White
9to5Mac shares more details on Jony Ive's redesign for iOS 7, noting that not only will it bring a flatter look to the operating system but also more emphasis on black and white design elements.
Apple is expected to show off at least some of iOS 7's changes at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) where the keynote is scheduled for June 10. Today's report indicates that Apple has tested several different design themes for iOS 7 over the past several months and that things may still change before the public release, but it seems reasonable to expect that aspects shown at WWDC will be close to the final shipping version.
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|May 24, 2013, 08:36 AM||#14|
This won't go over well.
Sounds like Apple is following in the footsteps of the Microsoft Office 2013 designers.
Panorama swiping home screen wallpapers?! OMG! Why don't we just call this the new MS-Droid phone. If this stuff is true, Apple is going to get soooo ripped to shreds for just copying the competition.
That's "Geniuses," not Genii, genius.
To err, is PC.
|May 24, 2013, 08:36 AM||#18|
Maybe they're building up to a 30 year aniversary edition of the Mac OS and unifying the original black and white of the first model across their different OSs
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|May 24, 2013, 08:37 AM||#20|
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|May 24, 2013, 08:38 AM||#24|
It's about damn time iOS got a decent homescreen, and most importantly, let's hope a decent notification system. The old one and the new one are really really awful, especially after trying Android's approach.
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