At this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, which is set to take place between June 13 and June 17, Apple’s expected to announce iOS 10.
Apple’s next-generation iOS 9 update is expected to focus on improvements and optimization rather than new features, but the six-minute concept video below demonstrates what it might look if iCloud, Spotlight, Reachability, and more were reimagined.
The Notification Center in iOS is still incredibly basic. Apple has made some excellent improvements to the Today view, but the Notifications side leaves a lot to be desired. A new concept video below demonstrates some of the things Apple could do to change this in iOS 9.
Apple is widely expected to unveil iOS 9, its next major mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch at the WWDC in June.
YouTuber Ralph Theodory has created a cool concept video, which showcases some of the features he would like to see in iOS 9.
While Apple has discontinued production of the iPod classic, many people are still big fans of its form factor and the click wheel. If you’re one of them, you’ll be delighted on seeing a concept flip case by Claudio Gomboli.
Although the iPhone and iOS have changed in a lot of aspects since their launch in 2007, one aspect remains the same: the home screen. It has remained a grid of square icons with a dock through each iteration of the iPhone and iOS.
Ever since Apple launched the iPhone, the Home screen has been made up of static icons. The furthest Apple has gone in making it dynamic is the Clock icon, which started displaying the real time in iOS 7.
Meanwhile, competing platforms like Android has widgets, and Windows Phone has tiles that display useful information right on the Home screen so that users don’t have to launch the app to see things like the current weather conditions etc.