On Monday, Apple launched its latest edition of iPad and iPhone software, iOS7 at its yearly developer conference. This latest mobile operating system feels and looks familiar, but its fresh design is adequate to infuse the much-required life in the mobile platform.
This new iPad and iPhone software marks the worth of around a year’s work for the firm at an unexpected time after the exit of Scott Forstall, its main software development in-charge, who took care of the overall design, functionality, and aesthetics of the development of the latest iOS 7.
With a thinner typography and flatter, simpler home screen icons for the whole platform, the modifications are delicate enough to not estrange the present customers but adequately broad to drive updates.
The new interface is much white and black in one sense, but it seems to have adequate color for vitality and depth. It provides a 3D-like depth based on the way in which you hold the gadget. While the background remains where it is, the icons seem to bubble out.
The best part of this new mobile OS is that it works well on older iPhones like iPhone4. Few of the phones that will support iOS7 are the iPad 2 and later versions, the iPhone 4 and later, the iPod touch and later, and the iPad mini.
Few of the interesting features that have made this software a favorite amongst the enterprise players are its multitasking ability, control center, camera, Siri, Safari, AirDrop, App Store, iTunes Radio, music, activation lock, and iOS in the car.
The new Apple OS will be released this fall when a new iPhone is also anticipated to be launched.