iOS 7 is widely reported to be getting the first major redesign in the history of the software. The new look is said to be lacking in the glitz and the gloss that's been prevalent throughout iOS's life. The new iOS 7 may have a clean look UI and pictures Lock screen widgets, a revamped Notification Center as well as a beautiful new Windows Phone “Metro” - fied stock apps like Calendar, Music, Siri and Camera.
Apple's engineers are apparently ramping up their testing of iOS 7, as evidenced by Web traffic on Ars and various other sites. First noted by mobile content company Onswipe and followed up by MacRumors, devices that claim to be using iOS 7—coming from Apple's IP block in Cupertino—started showing up more and more around April 30.
Several rumors claim Apple is working double-time on iOS 7 and bringing in help to complete the new software ahead of June 10th. This new look reportedly influences the overall look of iOS 7 and the design of several Apple apps that ship on the iPhone.
Apple is racing to finish updates to iOS 7, its latest version of the software that powers iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches. Let’s look forward to it...