Here is a concept that I have created for a new weather app for iOS 7. The weather app has always annoyed me, the way there are solitary little cards you flip between. Why the black border, and why such little useful information? Let's start with some maths. The iPhone 5 screen is 1136 by 640 pixels, which equates to 727,040 pixels altogether. The iOS 6 weather app, however, uses roughly 535,130 pixels (including the menu bar, weather 'card' and dots at the bottom). That means that the iOS 6 weather app is only using 73% of the screen, and over a quarter of screen space is wasted. This concept attempts to fix this problem, by not only increasing the amount of space used, but showing more information in a flatter design. First, here is the icon. Notice the flat design, with weather and temperature that update: This provides a more modern look for the weather app. Secondly, this is now what you are presented with upon launching the app: Included are more modern weather symbols, a new precipitation likelihood chart, a newer typeface (Avenir), and a more detailed outlook for the rest of the week, along with being nicer to look at (hopefully! ) So there it is: my concept of how iOS 7 should use the extra 27% of the screen when displaying the weather. Tell me what you think, any feedback is much appreciated.