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iOS 7 Keypad Buttons Now Morph Into Your Homescreen Background

iOS 7 is full of huge UI changes and we’re just starting to scratch the surface on all the big changes, but here’s one new little feature that shows Apple hasn’t lost its touch with the little things.<p>The Phone app for iOS 7 got a big makeover that tossed out the old keypad buttons for a minimalist …

iOS 7: Thoughts and Questions – MacStories

Announced yesterday at Apple’s WWDC 2013 keynote, iOS 7 is a dramatic reimagination of Apple’s mobile operating system.<p>iOS 7 introduces new user features and brings over 1500 new developer APIs. For users looking for a quick overview of what’s changed and improved in iOS 7, the OS’ user interface …


Rolling On

When reflecting on yesterday’s insane Apple keynote, I thought about John Gruber’s piece for <i>Macworld</i> in which he wrote:<p>This is how the designers and …

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Apple drops Google for Siri searches, switches to Bing

During the keynote presentation at its developers conference, Apple has revealed that Google is to be dropped as the Internet search engine for Siri in the next release iOS 7. Bing will now be used instead of Google for all Internet searches requested via iOS’ build-in voice assistant. According to …


iOS 7 borrows heavily from its competition, but should we care?

If you were online at all yesterday, you probably heard at least a little bit about Apple’s latest iOS 7. The new UI is completely redesigned and transforms the aging platform into something modern and fresh. At the same time, it also looks very familiar.<p>Some of this is because at it’s heart it is …


Apple may have finally figured out what they are

Heading into WWDC, Apple made no bones about what we’d be getting from them. Unlike I/O, which is full of delightful mystery in the months leading up to it, Apple is fairly straightforward about WWDC. Walking into the event, banners with “7” and “X” decked the Moscone center. Anyone who was there, …

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Jony Ive Redesigns Things