I'm a very avid reader of the forum but never really post. I was somewhat thrown off by the release of iOS 7 (Beta 1) the other day; it was partly the homescreen icon designs. This seems to be a major complaint amongst different parts of the Internet. I've tried adjusting to it on my iPhone over the last couple days, but so far I'm not convinced. I'm certainly not convinced of the new lockscreen. It presents the user the classic 'slide to unlock' phrase, but it lacks the old design element. It feels awkward, looks weird, and guess what? The arrow directly underneath it had me convinced they went so far as to change the direction of the gesture when I first booted. I know I'm not the only one this happened to. I think this is definitely something that needs to be addressed before GM release, and I've worked up a mockup replacement: - The "transclucent" effect on the Notification Center & Control Center are due to their transparent nature, and vise versa for Unlock & Camera. - The icons used to Notification Center & Control Center are identical to the ones used inside the Settings app. - Camera... why is the only option Camera? It's already accessible through Control Center along with toggles, share buttons, and three other 'utility' apps [flashlight, clock, and calculator]. This Camera-slider should have the ability to launch Twitter, Vine, Music, etc. Thoughts?