iOS 7 is the biggest redesign for Apple's mobile operating system in years. Apple lead designer Jony Ive said. "iOS 7 is a clear representation of these goals. It has a new structure that's coherent and applied across the entire system. We've considered the tiniest details, like refining the typography, like much larger ones to redefining all new icons, and creating a grid system to create a much more harmonious relationship between individual apps. We've also included a whole new palette of colors. Distinct, functional layers help create hierarchy and order, and the user of translucency gives you a sense of your context. These planes combined with new approaches to animation and motion, create a sense of depth and vitality."
Now, iOS 7 is now available in beta for iPhone developers as of today, and will be coming to the iPad in the coming days.
If you're waiting to get your hands on the new iOS 7, the final release date will be in the Fall.
As is common with software updates, not every current device will be compatible. The new OS is available on iPhone 4 and later, iPad 2 and later, iPad mini and fifth generation iPod touch.comments powered by Disqus