Apple | WWDC ’13 | iOS 7 | Mac Pro | Mac Book Air | OS x Mavericks

2013-04-24_143852-wwdcapple-unveils-ios-7-1Yesterday was day one for WWDC ’13 and already were granted the first look of iOS 7 and Mac Pro! Now, granted, I’ve never owned a Mac in my life, this kinda makes me want one now. Apple has always been innovative when it comes to there software and ingenuity. Thus being said, when the  live streams from the event come to surface, I usually skim past 40 mins into the broadcast, to get to the iPhone stuff, today I may break that tradition.

Apple’s website of course boasts the “All-new design, All-new features”, which is what I’d like to think would be the quote for the groundbreaking face-lift of iOS. With a newly designed interface, the apps are totally  unrecognizable, also 7 brings us control center, a new swiping feature in multitasking, airdrop, and iRadio.

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Though completely re-designed, apple was eager, determined, and actually successful in keeping working the software as efficient and simple to use as possible. Clean lines, new colors, and a sleek ambiance comes from the iPhone now, what do you think?

Check out the keynote that took place yesterday to get the full scoop on things to expect come fall ’13




3 thoughts on “Apple | WWDC ’13 | iOS 7 | Mac Pro | Mac Book Air | OS x Mavericks

  1. I have already been testing iOS7 on my iPhone 5 for the last day or two. Being honest I fell a little tepid about the whole encounter. After many years of design innovation exactly why have Apple made a decision to make their OS appear to be a poor cousin of Microsoft’s Windows 8. On the other side it seems to have borrowed heavily from Android. You can now swipe up to turn on/off WIFI, Bluetooth, much like Android.
    In summary I enjoy: Newsstand, the built-in torch, screen transition, new compass user interface and mail interface.

    I don’t like: no mass erase feature inside the mail application, it’s still message by message deletion. The pseudo windows interface and menu movement. The settings menu is a little a waste land of white space. Just like an aging married couple I am finding more faults with it as time passes but I grow to love it the more time I spend with it.

    1. Wow, thanks for sharing your experience! As innovative as apple had been, I was a little taken back at the fact that there interface was a little bland… Lol haha nice metaphor!

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