iOS 7 Features Big Visual Changes; Debut Set for WWDC

ios(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – New details are beginning to surface regarding iOS 7: Apple’s upcoming mobile OS set to be unveiled during next month’s annual WWDC event.

According to a report from 9to5Mac on Friday, sources have detailed iOS 7 as being “black, white, and flat all over.”

Included in the mix are expected new interface elements along with textures.

The development of iOS 7 is made possible from heavy involvement by Apple Senior VP of Industry Design Jonathan Ive. Ive previously stepped into the role of iOS development following the departure of Scott Forstall in October of last year.

iOS 7 is additionally expected to cut down on texture-heavy elements, includes a  revamp of the lock screen along with other new visual elements.

For more information, tune in to WWDC June 10-14. There, Apple is also expected to showcase the latest version of OS X, the company’s operating system for Mac.

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