Major changes to iOS 7 coming
Apple has not confirmed the next mobile operating system platform, but the Cupertino-based company is setting up their annual Worldwide Developers Conference where the iOS 7 could finally make its debut – or at least a preview. 9to5Mac reported earlier that the next version will have “very, very flat” design, which means more like Microsoft’s Windows Metro UI than Apple’s current preference for more realistic representations of objects, with 3D, shadowing and textured effects.
Our developers have had the most prolific and profitable year ever, and we’re excited to show them the latest advances in software technologies and developer tools to help them create innovative new apps,” added Schiller. “We can’t wait to get new versions of iOS and OS X into their hands at WWDC.
7 appears to be increasing as Onswipe reported a spike in traffic in regards to the next mobile platform. It appears the iOS 7 distribution has started, internally with Apple developers. According to Onswipe, the cities of San Francisco and Cupertino saw a significant increase of iOS 7 usage, notably from the former with 18.75 percent and the latter receiving 17.9 percent. On May 2, data from iOS 7 reached a peak at 23 percent among Onswipe-enabled sites.
It’s not clear what will this mean for the next version of OS X: it is also expected to at least be introduced at WWDC along with iOS 7, and if it follows the pattern of the last few years, it would be on track for a mid-to-late summer launch. The last time Apple had to bring Mac team members over to help finish a version of iOS before its introduction it resulted in a delayed introduction to OS X 10.5 Leopard — the same year the original version of iOS debuted.
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