With its WWDC developer show set for next, week, Apple has decided to give consumers a sneak peek at how iOS 7 will look and feel. The manufacturer is taking the wraps of its latest iteration of its mobile platform via the recently released WWDC app. The app is currently free to download on Apple’s App store.
In the past, new iOS iterations simply meant new features were on the way, but iOS 7 looks to make some overarching changes to the mobile platform. That’s right. The mystery redesign that was rumored last month is indeed on its way. Apple is finally taking the plunge, moving away from the familiar characters and textures that have identified the iOS platform for the last six years.
While much of the redesign still remains a mystery, with Apple opting to keep things such as app icons under wraps, the company did reveal its new color scheme and general design scheme. The general layout and button shapes have remained largely the same, and refrain from making the new changes appear all that drastic. Instead Apple has opted for flatter graphics. The change is rather minimalistic, but paired with the color scheme it helps to provide a clean fresh aesthetic.
Users should get more details regarding Apple’s new iOS on Monday (June 10) where the company is expected to reveal its mobile platform during the opening keynote.