After the unveiling of iOS 7 at Apple's WWDC, there were many mixed reviews about the look of the new operating system. What did iOS 7 design encounter? Has Apple really become the victim of Design By Committee? Just read this article. Maybe you will get the answer.
Apple killed Genius for Apps and recommended Near Me. Is the day of third-party companies offering recommended service coming? Why is Genius not effective? What kind of impact Near Me will have on other developers? Hopefully you will get inspired by this article.
It's obvious that the new iOS 7 is the most radical re-design of the interface since the very first iPhone. With enhanced functionality, it will kill off many non-Apple apps, including some good ones. Now let us see how many Apps have been killed by iOS 7.
An all-new design that's simpler, more useful, and more enjoyable — but still feels instantly familiar — is precisely what makes iOS 7 so beautiful. Now let's talk about the UI design of iOS7. We just focus on the visual effect and intuitive feeling, ignoring the details.
What do you think of the trend of the new system drawing on? How about plagiarizing other mobile operating system like Android, Windows Phone and the APP of third party developers? And what are your evaluations of other features and characteristics besides the interface?
Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicked off on June 10. During the keynote, Apple unveiled overhaul of iOS 7, the latest iteration of OS X – Mavericks, the new cylinder-shaped Mac Pro, the long-awaited iTunes Radio streaming service, and upgrades to the MacBook Air notebooks.
The biggest change of iOS 7 was the design style of the interface. In addition, there were numerous thorough and considerate features upgrade. The design of iOS 7 is in gloss-less "flat" look, similar to Android. See the overview of WWDC 2013 if you missed the live broadcast.
Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicked off on June 10. It's the company's 24th such show. Apple unveiled a series of updates to their products and operating system. Here is a roundup of what have been announced at WWDC over the past decade.