A couple of days ago we told you guys that according to a behind-the-scenes look, it was reported that iOS 7 was still a work in progress, which is good news for iOS users who might not have been impressed with the design of some of the icons or the overall look of the operating system. While we’re still waiting to see what the final release could look like, it is possible that Apple could have accidentally clued us in. According to the official website, they have uploaded the redesign of some of the icons on its official iOS 7 page. The main differences would be the Weather, Passbook, and Reminders app icon which looks different from what was shown during WWDC. The modified icons have since been removed, and some are speculating that the icons uploaded might actually be from an older design, while others speculate that this could be an updated design. Make what you will of it for now, but hopefully additional screenshots or leaks will surface and give us a better idea of what to expect in the Fall.
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