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June 19, 2013

๐ŸŽ What to Expect from iOS 7 ~ Understand This ~ Apple iOS is Very Important. By now youโ€™ve heard a lot about iOS 7โ€™s new look, new features, and perhaps youโ€™ve heard some things about whatโ€™s under the hood. But what will it be like to use a device with iOS 7?

๐ŸŽ Why is the Apple iOS so vitally Important? Here is a Big Reason, there are over 600,000,000 Apple iPhones and iPads out there, world-wide that will be effected by the changes implemented with an iOS7 upgrade. Next year there will be over 800,000,000 Apple iPhone and iPad users; in 2015 there will be over a Billion iDevice users.

๐ŸŽ Apple CEO, Tim Cook mentioned in his WWDC Keynote address last Monday, that some 93% of these 600 million iDevice users are currently updated to iOS6. This is very important to this huge community of mobile-device users; and even more important to the Million world-wide iDevice Developers, as these developers can be confident that their efforts to re-write their valued Apps with the new iOS7 APIs will be received by a huge audience of folks using their newly updated iOS7 and the new Apps.

๐ŸŽ After all, most of the time you spend with the iOS is with Apps downloaded from the App Store, not the built-in ones. Thanks to Will Hains and his thoughts on what to expect from iOS7, and a graphic of the Days in Beta as from iOS2 through iOS7-Beta1 released last week.

๐ŸŽ Marco Arment wrote a spot-on blog-post last week about what iOS 7 means for developers. And heโ€™s right: those Developers who are nimble enough to embrace iOS 7 with their Apps early, will stand out in the App Store. But not just because an updated, iOS 7-like styling will feel more natural to use, Apple has opened up their iOS, way up, providing Developers with enormous opportunities to make their Apps a better user Experience. Without explaining exactly how (he canโ€™t, that NDA), here are some of the things you can expect as an iOS7 user, in the months after iOS 7 is released, from Apps by developers that take Appleโ€™s advice and use the new APIs.

๐ŸŽ Freshness. Apps updated for iOS 7 will seem to be always up-to-date and fresh. When you get a push notification on your lock screen and swipe it, the new content will be ready, no waiting for content to download. Social networking Apps will always have the newest messages ready to read. Podcast Apps will download new episodes so theyโ€™re always ready to play. News apps will always show the latest articles when you open them. The result: your iPhone will feel Fast. Responsive. Productive.

๐ŸŽ Motion. Expect iOS 7-optimized Apps to be much more animated. There will be some Apps that overdo it, but the ones that get it right will feel more responsive to your touch, more real, more intuitive. Youโ€™ll feel more comfortable and confident to navigate through each App, because on a subconscious level, these App feels more physical.

๐ŸŽ Space. You will get a sense of space โ€” the feeling that your iPhone screen is a window on a larger canvas of content. Each App is an art museum, and you walk from room to room as you navigate through each screen. Your iPhone will feel alive.

๐ŸŽ Clarity. Content will be bigger, clearer, and easier to find. When you want to know something, iOS 7-style apps will just tell you, clearly and simply. And while you wonโ€™t necessarily notice this consciously, everything will be much, much easier to read.

๐ŸŽ Quality. This will be a more gradual change, but expect apps to be better-tested, have fewer bugs and crashes, and update more frequently. Developers who take full advantage of the tools will be more likely to have tested their App thoroughly the same device that youโ€™re carrying.

๐ŸŽ In-Sync. Apps will be better at staying in-sync across multiple devices. Whether they use iCloud or their own cloud-based service, your data will be pushed to other devices more reliably, and when something does go wrong, youโ€™ll get better support from the Appโ€™s author.

๐ŸŽ Real World Integration. This oneโ€™s hard to explain, but you can expect to see Apps that integrate more tightly with businesses and services in the real world. When you walk into a store, tour a museum, or attend an event in a stadium, apps will participate in the experience of being there.

๐ŸŽ Developers are very excited about the possibilities and the opportunity to build stuff for iOS 7, but, even more excited about using the new breed of Apps that weโ€™ll start to see in a few months. Not every App will take advantage of all this new this stuff, so itโ€™ll be a great time to start looking for new Apps that do; because those are the Apps that, over time, will earn their place on your home screen.


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