Apple’s new iOS 7 looks for inspiration to please
But some might say it’s not a whole lot different compared to the features and design basics that Android, BlackBerry 10 and even Windows Phone users have been enjoying.
Apple unveiled iOS 7 at its WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) Monday, the biggest change since the launch of the mobile operating system back in 2007.
What’s most noticeable is that all of the system graphics and menus are a lot more basic-looking.
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