“Apple might have provoked divergent opinions when it unveiled iOS 7 earlier this year, but we think those who were quick to slam the mobile operating system will grow to like it, while those who already like the look of it won’t be disappointed once it’s released,” Carly Page writes for The Inquirer.
“There’s no denying that iOS 7 is a major step forward for Apple, and without a redesign like this, the firm likely would have faced more criticism than it has for doing so,” Page writes. “The user interface changes, while not as drastic as initial impressions might suggest, breathe new life into the otherwise ageing mobile OS, and although some were quick to comment on the ‘ugly’ app icons, we’ve grown to like them during our time with iOS 7, and we think it makes the operating system exciting again.”
Page writes, “There’s a lot to be excited about in terms of new features. Things such as the revamped Safari app and Control Center panel will make life easier for many iPhone users.”
Much more in the full article here.