WWDC is right around the corner and it is highly likely that Apple will be giving us a preview of iOS 7. With a complete design overhaul planned, Apple’s design guru Jony Ive will be reportedly implementing the ‘flat design’ visual look which is all-in these days. According to a new story by 9to5Mac, Apple will be implementing the flat design across all of its Apps which means that you won’t be seeing any of those metallic looks, but instead all of the design works will be extremely flat and visually appealing.
iOS 7 is codenamed “Innsbruck”. All default Apple Apps will be featuring new icons. Notifications center will get a better systems management feature.
Jobs always wanted a life-like design experience –
But before Forstall, it was Steve Jobs who encouraged the skeuomorphic approach, some say. “iCal’s leather-stitching was literally based on a texture in his Gulfstream jet,” says the former senior UI designer. “There was lots of internal email among UI designers at Apple saying this was just embarrassing, just terrible.”