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ios-7-jailbreakWith Jony Ive leading the iOS team at Apple, many are looking forward to seeing what sort of changes Ive will be making to iOS’ UI and what sort of features could be introduced. Considering that Ive has worked on many Apple products, it’s safe to say that many are anticipating these changes. However will we be seeing huge changes made, or will these changes be rolled out gradually? While it might make sense for the changes to be rolled out gradually, especially since sudden changes might confuse users, that might not be the case. According to John Gruber at Daring Fireball, he claims that iOS 7 will reportedly be seeing some significant UI changes being made, so much so that iOS engineers are required to use polarizing filters on their displays to prevent those around them from catching a glimpse at these changes.

While these changes might sound pretty exciting, the question is will it delay the launch? According to the reports, it might. It seems that Ive and his team are running a bit behind schedule with iOS 7 to the extent that members from the OS X 10.9 team had to be pulled from their tasks to lend a helping hand. Apple typically uses WWDC to announce the next-generation of iOS, but will they be able to make it this time? We certainly hope so, but in the meantime be sure to take this with a grain of salt, but check back with us at a later date for the details. In the meantime who’s excited at seeing what Jony Ive might have in store for us?


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