Apple is said to be behind on its redesign of iOS with iOS 7. The tech titan is far enough behind schedule that it has supposedly pulled people off of OS X 10.9 to work on the project. As we told you the other day, the changes are said to be so dramatic that those Apple executives given permission to carry a device testing the new software are using special polarizing filters that prevent the curious from spying on the new UI. So far, the buzz around the water cooler is that Jony Ive's new look for iOS is getting rave reviews from those who have seen it.
Meanwhile, designer F. Bianco posted an iOS 7 concept video that shows an enhanced lock screen with easy access to certain settings like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. There are even widgets although they are not presented in the same manner as widgets are on Android. The new iOS concepts are shown twice in the video, once on an Apple iPhone and the second time on an Apple iPad.
Hopefully, with all the additional help working on iOS 7, we will see Apple introduce it this June at WWDC.