Apple has just arrived on the international scene with its all-new iOS 7. The look and feel of this software is so cool that it beats the competition hands down.
The new version of the Operating System for Apple’s iPhone and iPad has just been introduced. As for the details they are too many to go into completely. But for starters here are a few of the salient objectives that define the list of facilities that the iOS 7 packs on board. It is supposed to sport a thin Helvetica Neue Ultra Light font. According to 9to5Mac, the slats have disappeared and gray or white buttons have materialized which show signal strength. Newer iconography has replaced the older system. The picture app has discarded the flower symbol and adopted a color circle which features in the game app too. Two color schemes are used: black and white. The basic reason behind Apple’s revamping of its Operating System is to offer some competition to the tech giant Google as well as create greater consumer demand for its products in the process.
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Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple is ready to rumble. He wants to jettison all the fake paper and ersatz bookshelf design features once and for all. At the WWDC a lot of brand new stuff will get launched. The reinvention of several features will occur thereby renewing them and generating immense consumer interest. The name of the game is innovation and no one knows that better than the people at Apple. It’s been some time since Apple gave a spanking new system to the global market and this time at the WWDC this is precisely what will take place. The smart phones are getting pretty uniform all over the world so naturally it is the operating systems and software that will have to be changed. That is what Apple has looked forwards to. Besides the iOS 7, a music streaming service by the name of iRadio will debut at the WWDC. The app icons could be Photos, Music, Safari, Mail, App Store, Game Centre, iTunes Store and Camera.
However, a new iPhone or iPad is not in the pipeline for now. There was a time when the late Steve Jobs used to hold a new iPad, iPod or iPhone in his hands before the media as people went “Wow!” but for now it is not a product but a process that is being brought before the audience at the WWDC 2013.
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