Source: James Martin / CNET
SAN FRANCISCO — iOS is stale no longer and will be available to iOS users this fall. Apple’s crisp, newly-announced iOS7 gives the mobile operating system a radically flat new look, edgy fonts, and some first-time features for iPhone and iPad fans, like quick-access system controls, automatic app updates, and Apple’s AirDrop file-sharing system that began on Mac.
The new look is a clean sweep that changes absolutely everything from the typography and color schemes, to the typical icon and button shape across the entire platform. And we mean the whole thing, from the Safari browser to the photo app.
While there are a few notable new features in iOS 7, the new interface is by far the platform’s deepest felt and most profoundly changed of the entire batch.
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