According to sources, Apple is planning to release the newly design is 7 at WWDC 2013 this June. 9to5Mac claims that the new design will be very, very flat. The sources suggest that the new redesign will be very attractive for those who are switching to iOS but may not be the best change for those who are already using IOS devices.

According to 9to5Mac, “The new interface is said to be “very, very flat,” according to one source. Another person said that the interface loses all signs of gloss, shine, and skeuomorphism seen across current and past versions of iOS. Another source framed the new OS as having a level of “flatness” approaching recent releases of Microsoft’s Windows Phone “Metro” UI.”

iOS 7 is codenamed “Innsbruck” according to the people who are close to this project. The new interface include a new set of icons for native Apple apps, newly designed toolbars, tab bars, and some new features as well.

To find out the truth about what will be released, we must wait for WWDC 2013 and see what Apple has planned for its users.

[HS]

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