Apple ramps up testing of iOS 7 as unveiling nears
Apple is beginning to step up the amount of testing of their newest and much anticipated operating system, iOS7, as the unveiling date gets closer.
Apple's WWDC 2013 conference is just over a month away and if you were worried that maybe iOS7 was a little too ambitious, even for them, worry not. It seems like Apple is comfortable enough to begin ramping up the amount of testing taking place quite a bit leading up to the event. Macrumors first noted the increase in traffic and other places like Onswipe, a mobile publishing company followed suit.
iOS7 is expected to be a very significant release for Apple because it will mark the first iteration of the mega popular operating system under the management of world renowned designer, Jony Ive. The overall visual aesthetic of the OS is expected to move toward a flatter look and away from the controversial skeuomorphic design. iOS7 will be revealed at WWDC 2013 but it's not expected to be available for download by users until the iPhone 5S launches in the Fall, as per usual.
Expect things to continue to heat up as the date gets closer.