By Shailesh Shrivastava | Mar 16, 2013 09:19 AM EDT
As the first quarter of the year coming to end, talks about the Apple's new mobile operating system, iOS, have started gaining momentum.
Although, people are still waiting for a new version of existing iOS 6 to get rid of a number of problems related to the operating system, some tech buffs have already started conceptualizing iOS 7.
Apple is expected to release the iOS 7 somewhere later this year before it announces its next iPhone.
German designer Brent Caswell has come up with some concept designs of iOS 7 and tried to show how the Web browser of Apple's mobile devices, Web Safari, will look like.
Caswell makes the Safari more like Chrome, which has combined the address bar and the search slot of the browser in just the top address bar. This move looks quite realistic and gives a cleaner look to the Web Safari.
The bookmarking of the pages get a special attention and the designer makes the sharing of bookmarks possible through iCloud. The bookmarks look more organized and manageable with more colorful appearance.
The page management is also improved and has been taken a step ahead of Chrome with a grid view that lets the iPhone user get a glimpse of his/her recently opened pages.
Safari's reader functions were also kept in mind by the designer while making the designs. Caswell has also put options to adjust the text size and the brightness of the screen.
Although the concept images look very impressive with cleaner display and nicely organized, if they come to existence, by any chance, iOS users will definitely be looking to see a hassle-free performance.
Apple has been at the receiving end for quite some time because of its iOS 6. Every time the Cupertino-based company brings out an update to fix some issue, it ends up running into a bigger issue than the earlier one.
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