Good news for all those who are bored from the same user interface of iOS since the very original iPhone from Apple released in 2007. It seems that iOS 7 will arrive with a huge interface changes. Rumors told us a few weeks ago that iOS 7 will be launched with design changes thanks to the work of Jony Ive.
It seems that iOS 7 contains some important changes of the UI, and team Johny Ive is running behind of schedule. According to some reports Apple would have delayed the OS X 10.9 development and use those engineers to finish iOS 7 well before WWDC.
John Gruber, one of the most important voices Unofficial Apple into the world comes to shed some light on this point. According to Gruber, the development of iOS 7 is delayed because Apple is working on a completely revamped user interface :
What I heard: iOS 7 is being delayed, and engineers have been removed from OS X 10.9 to work on it. (Tell me you’ve heard this one before)
As Jony Ive and iOS: As stated in the street, iOS engineers have some kind of filter polarized in their iPhone screens, so that greatly reduces viewing angles, making it difficult for observers to see the system still quite significant changes in the user interface.
This is not the first time through. In 2007, Apple delayed the release of OS X Leopard to concentrate its engineers work on the iPhone. According to Gruber this indicates that might be the case of Mac OS X 10.9 and iOS 7 .
With the line hardware recently renovated and most of its systems to date, Apple is expected to focus on the course of this year mainly in software.
It should be noted that all this information comes from people who work with Apple employees, and were very accurate in previous predictions.