As anticipated, Apple has officially announced the latest version of iOS, iOS 7, at WWDC 2013 in San Francisco. CEO Tim Cook took to the stage and called it the "biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone."
The initial demo video shows what we'd heard so many rumors about. A brand new Jony Ive inspired design throughout. Things look different, really different, and it's sure to get people talking. Translucent menus, updates to Notification Center, flat icons, new fast app switcher, and dots. Lots of dots.
We're just touching the surface, so we'll update as we get more. But our first thought; wow.
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