Apple Shows iOS7, A Long Awaited Remake Of The iPhone and iPad Interface

Monday, June 10, 2013 14:29
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Apple Shows iOS7, A Long Awaited Remake Of The iPhone and iPad Interface

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At its worldwide developer conference today, Apple showed off iOS7, a long-awaited redesign of the iPhone and iPad operating system it introduced in 2007 and that ushered in a revolutionary new era of mobile computing.  

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At the conference, Apple also introduced a new operating system for desktop computer, following up on Mountain Lion with OS X Mavericks.
 
But the future of computing is mobile and the new iPhone and iPad interface has not unexpectedly received praise and has been met with excitement.  
 
Apple has iOS operating system is on 600 million devices, but Android has about 50% of U.S. market share while iOS has about 37%. And Android has been given a big boost by Samsung Galaxy 4.
 
Don’t expect to see the new mobile operating system on phones until fall 2013.

 

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holtby
One needs to change the background to view the folders correctly.
holtby , September 30, 2013

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