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Reactions to iOS 7 user interface rumors unjust

Over the past several months the iOS 7 hype machine has moved up a gear because it’s expected to make a showing at next months WWDC 2013 event. We think we already know so much about iOS 7, such as its proposed features, and also its upcoming user interface.

There have been several rumors to suggest that iOS 7 will have a much flatter look, and a recent article has discussed this flat look, which they expect will have a black and white feel to it, meaning it could be a very simplified design.

There will be many iOS users out there who love the look of their favored mobile OS, but would like to see changes to its features and performance, and as such many of them have reacted in a negative way toward the flat design.

Jony Ive is known for his simplistic approach to design, which is one of the reasons why there have been a multitude of rumors in regards to a simpler iOS look, but we have to remember that all they are for now is rumors, so these negative reactions to the iOS 7 user interface are unjust.

Reactions to iOS 7 user interface rumors

Some 9 to 5 Forum members have been saying that Jony Ive is designing iOS 7 for robots, while others suggest it will be boring in design. It just seems silly to ridicule something before we even know what it will look like. One member summed it up remarkable well, saying that how can people comment when it hasn’t been seen yet, and you can read what else he had to say above.

It’s clear to see that iOS fans have a divided opinion on this subject, but one thing is clear, we will know what Jony Ive’s vision of iOS 7 will be in a month’s time.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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