New look Apple iOS 7

iOS 7 has a new font to lead the way, which seems to be a sort of Helvetica Neue Ultra. It's very thin, clean, and it is hinted at in iOS 7 banners that go to WWDC.

Instead of white lines on a black background, Apple now will tell you what kind of coverage that you have with five tiny dots, white and grey depending on how strong the signal in translucent background.

Changed the lock screen for the first time in the history of iOS, with no more shine up or down the bar to slide to unlock or hours. Instead, Slide to unlock a break above the background image.

Default application icon is now flat, but not quite flat, just as predicted.

Hand Jony Ive been having way with iOS notifications. Panel notification is not mixed with dark gray cloth again, but it really has a very flat look to it. There is a current view, which lets you see where your friends birthdays, invitations come, calendar, stocks, and a quick look at tomorrow.

Applications all seem to have a white base, except for the stock application that has a black background and a weather application, which shows the motion in the background to deliver the current weather.

Keyboard whiter, than grey, with a see-through that lets you see what's underneath the keyboard.