Apple announced the dates for this year’s WWDC earlier today which they also announced they will be using the show to give an in-depth look at the next version of both iOS and OS X. We’ve seen some great iOS 7 concepts in the past, one of which reimagines the lock screen, text messaging and more, but a new concept has caught our attention today for what is being imagined for some of iOS’ most notable apps.
The iOS 7 concept comes to us by Rafael Justino and takes a look at a re-imagined Clock, Voice Memo, Weather and Calculator app. Some of the improvements look to be a simple change in the app’s overall color scheme, but his concept for the Contacts app is one I could certainly get behind. Being able to see attached photos of your contacts straight from the start of the Contacts app will certainly help in recognizing a person, especially if you have a long list of names.
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