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iOS 7 starts appearing on web servers
« on: May 12, 2013, 11:10 »
The next version of the iPhone/iPad operating system - iOS 7 - appears to be edging closer to launch, with the OS beginning to show up in website visitor logs.

Apple may unveil iOS 7 - possibly alongside the next-generation iPhone - at next's month Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC).

Judging by web server stats, it seems there are plenty of Apple employees already running the next-generation OS. One mobile site specialist, Onswipe, claimed that it's seen a big spike in iOS 7 users in the vicinity of Apple's Cupertino headquarters, according to TechCrunch.

iOS 7 is expected to deliver a massive visual overhaul of Apple's OS. With Jonathan Ive now in charge of software design, the OS is likely to drop its familiar skeuomorphic design in favour of a much flatter, understated appearance. Ive is also reported to be working on improving iOS's notifications and messaging alerts.

Even if iOS 7 is unveiled at next month's WWDC, it's unlikely to appear on handsets before the autumn.

Read more: http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/381718/ios-7-starts-appearing-on-web-servers#ixzz2T4VIreA1
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