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iOS 6 vs. iOS 7 User Interface Element Comparison [Image]

iOS 6 vs. iOS 7 User Interface Element Comparison [Image]

Posted June 17, 2013 at 1:06am by iClarified · 48242 views
We already showed you an icon comparison of iOS 6 and iOS 7, but now developer Mpow has put together a comparison of the different UI elements in the operating systems.

Taking a look at the comparisons, you can really see how Apple stripped away a lot of the textures, gradients and gloss from iOS in favor of a more "flat" interface.

What do you think of the changes?

via iJailbreak

iOS 6 vs. iOS 7 User Interface Element Comparison [Image]
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Roberthil - April 2, 2014 at 5:47pm
How about Apple try something new, innovate? Give us options, such as themes and do this without forcing us to jail break the phones.
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iOs User - August 7, 2013 at 6:10pm
Apple copy Google now. How pathetic. Why do they mess with UI instead of fixing their bugs?
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i Os 7 Ui Design examples - July 6, 2013 at 2:26am
i OS have impressive and better design then win 8 and android jelly bean you can know more features from
Puckman - June 27, 2013 at 7:11pm
Overall the subtle outlines and "thin" font makes it difficult to pick out what you need/want to do, especially at a glance in bright light. Overall more contrast and delineation would allow a faster more accurate interaction. Further, eliminating metaphors in the "look" of an app built for a particular market segment can be problematic. It is well-known that these market segments will only shift away from the familiar way of doing things if the app is designed around the professional user's tried and true methods. Many times these UI/UX approaches are counter intuitive causing the user to get frustrated both in the amount of time to learn how to use it while also trying to adapt to an unfamiliar.
Dave H
Dave H - June 25, 2013 at 2:14am
Yay! Regressive design! I love UI changes that make my interface look like it was from a decade ago or a Chinese mid-range knock-off!
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