The new operating system for iPhone and iPad comes out in the fall. But some folks attending Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco get to use it now, then let Apple know what works and what doesn’t.
One of those getting a test drive is Jonathan Huer, Director of Emerging Technologies and Media Development at Ball State University. If you like old school icons, Huer tells us you might be disappointed in the new operating system. Those icons are gone because, well, they were old.
Huer also compares and contrasts between iOS7 and the current offering from Android – no, it isn’t like comparing ice cream to horse manure (hat tip Bobby Heenan), or vice versa depending on your taste.