Given that Apple has pretty much updated most of its native apps to match the new look and feel of iOS 7, we’re sure there are some who are wondering when will those updates make its way to other Apple apps. Well the good news is that if you’re a frequent user of Garage Band or iPhoto, it seems that a makeover of those apps is on the horizon, thanks to new icons for either app that was sighted recently. The app icons have been redesigned to look flatter, but unfortunately as to how the app looks inside remains unknown, but presumably we will be looking at a theme that will be more cohesive with iOS 7.
There are other Apple apps that have yet to be updated, namely Apple’s iWork suite of apps, such as Pages, Numbers, Keynote, and iMovie, all of which have yet to receive the same treatment, but presumably is in the works (hopefully). No word on when these updated apps will be released, but some are speculating that a release next week is possible, so check back with us then to see if this report pans out.
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