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Apple Changes To iPhone iOS 7 Include Digital Radio, New Interface

Apple Changes To iPhone iOS 7 Include Digital Radio, New Interface

Apple changes to the iPhone and iPad’s iOS 7 includes digital radio and a new interface.

As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S rumors say the next generation iPhones will likely be launched during the autumn and summer, respectively. The Apple iPhone rumors say the iPhone 5S will start taking orders on June 20th and ship out in July.

The biggest Apple changes everyone is looking forward to is the launch of an Apple digital radio service. Apple is reportedly finalizing music deals to announce its streaming music and radio service at the WWDC event. The Apple digital radio service will compete with apps like Rdio, Pandora and Spotify and will generate revenue through integrated advertising.

Apples changes for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 include a new camera and home button. Fingerprint detection security measures will be another major Apple change since they purchased Authentec.

Apple fans might be distressed about Apple changes to the iOS 7 interface being featured in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S. The iOS 7 update in the iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 is being described as “black, white, and flat.”

The lock screen will change from the traditional grid to round black buttons. App icons will be flatter and matte colored. The apps will themselves redesigned to be more uniform and black and white.

Apple changes to Mac OS X are also expected. Over time, Apple is expected to merge Mac OS X and iOS 7 into one operating system that functions on all platforms.

Are you looking forward to the Apple changes to the iPhone and iPad?

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