Apple recently acquired the beautiful weather app Dark Sky, and that sparked rumors that the company might integrate the app’s design and intelligence into iOS 14’s stock weather app. Now, a concept has appeared on the internet, which shows how iOS 14’s weather app could look like if Apple draws inspiration from Dark Sky’s design.
It was announced yesterday that Apple had acquired popular hyperlocal weather app Dark Sky. After the announcement, people started was wondering if the iPhone maker would integrate Dark Sky into the iOS weather app. Now, we have a concept that shows how iOS 14’s new weather app could look like if Apple takes design cues from Dark Sky.
Apple is expected to unveil iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 during WWDC 2020 in June, which will be an online-only event this year. While a lot of iOS 14 features have been leaked over the past couple of weeks, we still don’t know much about what Apple is cooking for the next version of iPadOS. A concept video, however, throws some light on how Apple could improve multitasking in iPadOS.
Concept images and videos are always fun to look at, especially the well-made ones. Of course, there is always a bit of a hopeful nature to them, too.
iOS 12 Concept Reimagines Music App With Landscape Support, Coverflow, Smarter Volume Controls and Dark Mode
Apple has just announced that WWDC 2018 will kick off on June 4th, where it is widely expected to unveil iOS 12, the next major iOS update.
Now that Apple is previewing iOS 11.3, what better time is there to look ahead and dream about what iOS 12 might offer?
Apple has typically drifted towards a light theme for iOS over the years, which made sense considering the company continued to use LCD displays and not OLED panels.
Apple hasn’t made any really significant changes to iOS since it overhauled its entire look with iOS 7 — but that could change this fall. The concept video below imagines a major iOS 10 upgrade that brings better home screen shortcuts, a new multitasking UI, and lots more.