Cupertino based iDevice maker Apple has reportedly fundamentally changed its purported upcoming iOS 7, with this possibly causing a delay.
This is thought to relate to Jonathan Ive’s expanded role within Apple, from beyond product design, to other aspects of the company – which has seen a sweeping overhaul to the software, as a result.
There is a note to be more dramatic changes to the email and calendar tools, according to people with knowledge of the matter which did not wish to be identified.
That is with an expected September release, in time for the rumoured Apple iPhone 5S – which is believed to run the platform.
The company’s desktop staff division have been roped in to help in the completion of the operating system, according to the title.
There is even a mention that the OS won’t be as feature rich as initially projected, where changes will come in a future release.
This was where people that have been briefed, or have seen the OS, have cited that is a very flat version of the operating system.
Others have noted the interface has lost shine, where another has compared it to the Windows Phone UI.
Stay tuned to Omio and we’ll bring you more on iOS 7 heading towards WWDC, as we doubt this will be the last time we will hear about its redesign.