With Apple set to hopefully show off a bit of what to expect from iOS 7, we're anxious to hear what you the readers are looking forward to the most.
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What do you want to see at WWDC 2013?

WWDC 2013

WWDC is right around the corner, but the holiday weekend has provided some downtime to stop and reflect on exactly what we could see next for iOS. In the lead up to the yearly developer conference, the emphasis has been on the de-emphasis the bubbly, colorful UI we have grown accustom to thanks to Jony Ive’s new “flat” approach.

While it’s unlikely that Apple will hit us with a version of iOS 7 that is ready to roll out of the gate, we’re surely due to get some sort of preview at WWDC. If you have been following our iOS 7 Crystal Ball Report, you have seen our growing wishlist of tweaks and features we hope to see in the next iteration of the iPhone OS, from improved notifications to consolidated messaging. Yes, the most noticeable could very well be its looks, but Apple will surely unveil some advancements in their platform to go along with it.

And what might we learn about iOS 7 that could hint at what to expect from future iPhone and iPad hardware? Fingerprint scanning? A revamped Siri? Camera changes?

Sound off below and let us know what you think we will see, what you hope to see, or what you want to see in the next version of iOS!

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  • neutrino23

    It seems unlikely that details of a new iPhone or iPad will be released. I do hope to see a new MacPro, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and Thunderbolt Display. We are far overdue to get a solid update to iWork. No idea when that will happen.

  • Renkman

    iWork is so overdue–that would be a nice surprise, I agree. I think we will see an iOS 7 preview, and maybe a developer beta released in anticipation of a summer iPhone refresh.

  • fustian24

    I suspect the MacPro is waiting on a quadHD “retina” screen that won’t be available until Q4.