by Joe White
June 6, 2013
With WWDC 2013 set to kick-off in a matter of days now, more than a handful of iOS 7 concepts have appeared online. One of the latest, however, changes the game somewhat, and allows users to interact with the imagined mobile operating system through a desktop or mobile Web browser. As you can see in the above image, the new iOS 7 concept features a "flat" icon design similar to many of the previous concepts we've told you about. It is thought that Jony Ive's influence on the seventh iteration of Apple's mobile operating system, and particularly Ive's distaste for the so-called "skeuomorphism" of previous iOS releases, will result in more of a minimalist look for iOS 7. The stock app icons in the present concept, along with their contents, have clearly been designed with this anticipated change in mind. To try the new iOS 7 concept out for yourself, click here. Alternatively, for more WWDC related news and predictions, see: WWDC 2013: Apple May Be Prepping An iPhone Surprise, One Case Maker Thinks The iPad 5 Will Be Unveiled At WWDC, and Apple Closing iRadio Music Deals With Labels Ahead Of WWDC Keynote.