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iOS 7: What We Want

Mashable: Apple's biggest announcement at WWDC 2013 will almost certainly be iOS 7.

The debut of iOS 7 is an important milestone for Apple in many ways. Six years into the iPhone and five years into the App Store, the smartphone landscape has changed.

Now, perhaps for the first time, Apple faces real competition in brand mindshare from Samsung and its domination of Android, and users are intrigued by the look of other platforms, including Windows Phone 8 and BlackBerry 10.

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Nucky1959d ago

I don't expect much to change, except maybe design. Even that will change just a little bit.

In2iti0n1959d ago

You forgot that Jony Ive has taken over the design of iOS. He will not leave things as they were, that's for sure.

iNFAMOUZ11959d ago

oh god please not another ios, bury that crap, apple is dead.

In2iti0n1959d ago

Apple is far from dead. Also, if you take a look at the customer satisfaction ratings, iOS ranks highest of all. That speaks for itself.

Nucky1959d ago

Sure, he will not leave things as they were, but he can't change much. We all saw what Microsoft did with Windows 8, and how that went.

The only thing Jony Ive will be able to change in the iOS 7 is color palette and shadow pixels... That's all.

caseh1958d ago

Take a look at what Android had about 2-3 versions ago and that's what the latest iOS build will have.

As 'innovative' as Apple are, they are always several revisions behind Android.

GuyThatPlaysGames1958d ago

Yea Apple hasn't changed much at all in the past 5 years. I've had the iPhone since the 3g and I must say that I'm getting burned out on Apple's design and OS. It's time to move on and see how the S4 is. I wanna try something different.

TABSF1959d ago

I think iOS 7 will look a lot like HTC Sense and Windows Phone 8 with the flat icon/ widgets and tiles.

I'm pretty happy with my Nexus 4 and MY FULLY personalised phone.