More insights on iOS 7’s new features
With WWDC 2013 just around the corner, more and more information/speculations are starting to emerge about the iOS7’s new features. Apart from “flat design” scheme that we’ve shared to you guys a month back, 9to5mac has uncovered a handful of new features that we could probably expect from the upcoming build of Apple’s mobile platform.
It’s been said that the iOS7 will feature a redesigned interface which allows for better multitasking and lesser device interaction in accessing commonly viewed information such as weather, feeds and the like. Moreover, Innsbruck (iOS7’s codename) is believed to sport a software-based polarizing filter which makes it a bit challenging for shoulder-surfers to see what you’re doing with your device.
From what we know so far, it seems that Apple is trying its best to still keep things competitive between its archrival Android. But amidst all of this, we’re wondering if the rabbit that Apple’s planning to pull from its hat is going to be enough to regain their place at the top of the OS war?