Apple's forthcoming iOS 7 mobile operating system overhaul will abandon the mismatched, texture-heavy design of previous versions in favor of a more unified user interface that is "black, white and flat all over," sources told 9to5Mac .
Insiders say Apple will ship its overhauled iOS 7 mobile operating system on schedule, contradicting a Bloomberg report contending that dramatic software changes could wreak havoc on the computing giant's roadmap.
Apple's forthcoming iOS 7 mobile operating system overhaul will introduce a revamped "flat" user interface that eliminates longtime iOS design hallmarks like gloss, shine and skeuomorphism, 9to5Mac reports.
Insiders say Apple is scrambling to finalize the next version of its iOS mobile operating system in time for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, scheduled for mid-June.
Apple Senior Vice President of Industrial Design Jony Ive is lobbying to make the next version of the company's iOS mobile operating system simpler and more minimalist, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The imminent exit of Scott Forstall, Apple's longtime senior vice president of iOS software, could herald a dramatic redesign of the mobile operating system's visual approach, The New York Times reports.