So it has been confirmed by Bloomberg and the famous beard wearing Apple blogger Jim Dalrymple that Apple will be shipping the iOS 7 release on right time this year, as it was planned earlier. This news came in the light when earlier here were delays that were expected in the launch of iOS 7 release because Apple has had to shift engineering resources away from OS X to iOS to make sure things proceed on schedule, and this as for now is on right schedule.
Apple says on its WWDC landing page that we’ll see “what’s next in iOS and OS X,” but it hasn’t spelled out that we’ll see new versions of either its Mac desktop OS, or the mobile platform that powers iPhones and iPads.
Still, the focus at WWDC is on software, and it’s more than reasonable to expect given the teaser on the information page as well as references to the future of iOS and OS X made in the official press release noting when tickets for WWDC would go on sale this year.
iOS 7 delay news was on rounds since John Gruber pointed out that Apple was “running behind” for its iOS7. Apple had to devote more engineering resources to overcome this delay for the newly designed operating System.
About the Redesign:
It is rumoured that Apple designers are working on the new fresh design for the OS under the leadership of Jony Ive, the designer expert from Apple, this big visual refresh will embrace a flat design (favoring solid colors and doing away with optical effect that mimic the textures and reflections of physical materials) bring big changes to the calendar and email tools built-in to iOS.
WWDC is just over a month away, so we’ll see exactly how extensive the modification really is with a likely introduction of a public developer preview version at that time, if Apple continues doing the same thing it has in the past around the iOS development process.