Details About iOS 7 Cosmetic Changes Leaked Ahead of Monday's WWDC Keynote
A report ahead of Monday’s keynote at WWDC 2013 has detailed many of iOS 7’s cosmetic changes. The report via 9to5Mac
cites iOS 7 to indeed be flatter. Protecting the source of the leak, the report included a “mock up” of what iOS 7 actually looks like, which is shown above.
Some notable changes the report talks about are the appearance of the application icons, which have a much more metro look to them, a skinnier font, which matches that of the banners we showed you last week
, a different-looking dock, which doesn't have a platform, and a different cellular signal strength indicator, which uses dots rather than bars to show you your signal strength.
The report also details two new keyboard modes, which affect the appearance of the keyboard's colors.
Apple is expected to unveil iOS 7 tomorrow, along with a new version of OS X, during the Keynote. While this mock up does give us a sneak peek at some of the cosmetic changes, the mock up does not tell us about all of the new features that iOS 7 will include. The new features are still a mystery that we will just have to wait and hear about at tomorrow's Keynote.
We will be sure to have the latest on the Keynote as it happens tomorrow; stay tuned!