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Developing an iOS 7 Edge by Hiedi Utley, Engin Kurutepe, Michael Ang, Josh Brown, Doron Katz, Cody Ray

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1. Look and Feel: iOS 6 to iOS 7 

IN THIS CHAPTER

  • Focusing on Content, Depth, and Clarity
  • Changes to Controls and Views
  • Requirements for iOS 7
  • Supporting iOS 6
  • BepBop Sample Application
"In many ways, we've tried to create an interface that is unobtrusive and deferential. One where the design recedes, and in doing so actually elevates your content." - Jony Ive, Senior Vice President of Design, Apple

With iOS 7, Apple has adopted a new focus on content, depth, and clarity. iOS 7 has also totally changed the way views and controls look and feel. If you were around for the change from iOS 5 to iOS 6, you may remember that the changes to look and feel were relatively insignificant. That's most certainly not the case when going from iOS 6 to iOS ...

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