Apple's iOS 9 truly redefined the tablet experience: it was a ground-breaking change that introduced split-screen multitasking and a ton of other functionality that paved the way towards the iPad as a computer that can do everything.
Unfortunately, since then, Apple has not really done much in terms of radical improvements in iOS, at least when it comes to the tablet side of things.
And now, just a few weeks before WWDC 2017, where Apple is expected to lift the cover off its new iOS 11, we are seeing MacStories' Federico Viticci team up with Sam Beckett to produce this incredibly well thought out and detailed iOS 11 concept. The whole idea behind it is not to show what Apple is expected to do, but rather to show directions where the authors would want Apple to go to bring the iPad as a platform to the next level.
This great iOS 11 concept brings the following major suggestions:
- System-wide drag & drop
- A 'shelf' to store anything
- New split-view app picker
- Refreshed design with a focus on bolder typography
- A denser home screen
The video above really does a great job explaining the ideas, and you can also hit the source link below to see a more detailed description of each area, where the authors want to see improvement. What are the updates you want to see Apple make with iOS 11?