Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac has posted some mockups of what he believes Apple's next mobile OS will look like. Apparently, he's been given early access to the software we'll see at WWDC later today.
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An image has emerged that appears to show a redesigned iOS 7 home screen, with flatter, cleaner icons and a more unified design. With competition from other platforms looming, it's a welcome change.
Apple may be having problems with the development of iOS and getting it on time for WWDC in June. According to a new report, Apple is "borrowing" engineers from the OS X division to help on iOS.
A new report by the Wall Street Journal has outlined Apple's plans for iOS 7, including a new "starker and simpler" design. However, the report states that Apple is planning "conservative" changes.
A report by Bloomberg has outlined some reasons why Apple will jump into the smart watch market during 2013, which will put Apple ahead of Google in the lucrative wearables market.
For the world's most valuable company, with cash reserves of $117bn, money seems to be the driving force behind its success. Not so, says Apple's design chief: "Our goal is to make great products."