What iOS 7 Would Look Like in Your Home

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September 1, 2013
Apple's latest mobile operating system iOS 7 is set to launch in September. The redesign is radically different than what we're used to seeing on our iPhones and iPads today. Instead of icons and apps with depth and faux-material backgrounds, Apple has opted for a flatter, cleaner look. There's also a translucency to the experience, and much more animation and motion. Almost every built-in app and experience has gotten a makeover. In honor of Apple's coming launch, Justin Wagoner at The Agency San Diego has created images of what iOS 7 might look like should it take over everyday items in our home. Considering Apple is at the forefront of mobile design, Wagoner's designs don't look farfetched at all. They might be just around the corner.
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  The microwave gets a very simple makeover, with typography that matches what appears in iOS 7.Photo by: Justin Wagoner

    The microwave gets a very simple makeover, with typography that matches what appears in iOS 7.

    Photo by: Justin Wagoner

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  Imagine a very smart coffee pot that's Wi-Fi connected and gives you the latest weather reading. Maybe it even has Bluetooth so you can connect a phone or speaker to it? Who knows. But it does look very pretty.Photo by: Justin Wagoner

    Imagine a very smart coffee pot that's Wi-Fi connected and gives you the latest weather reading. Maybe it even has Bluetooth so you can connect a phone or speaker to it? Who knows. But it does look very pretty.

    Photo by: Justin Wagoner

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  The flip switch is so blase. A touchscreen light switch, where you can increase or decrease brightness like you do on your iPhone screen would better match your mobile experience.Photo by: Justin Wagoner

    The flip switch is so blase. A touchscreen light switch, where you can increase or decrease brightness like you do on your iPhone screen would better match your mobile experience.

    Photo by: Justin Wagoner

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  The TV menu gets a translucent overlay, so you don't miss too much of the screen.Photo by: Justin Wagoner

    The TV menu gets a translucent overlay, so you don't miss too much of the screen.

    Photo by: Justin Wagoner

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  Even the window shades have the arrows to match the ones in iOS 7, and are a bit translucent too. The remote seems slightly off though, you'd more likely control your shades with your phonePhoto by: Justin Wagoner

    Even the window shades have the arrows to match the ones in iOS 7, and are a bit translucent too. The remote seems slightly off though, you'd more likely control your shades with your phone

    Photo by: Justin Wagoner

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  It looks beautiful on the bedside table. The only question: Why have an alarm clock when you already have alarm functionality on your phone?Photo by: Justin Wagoner

    It looks beautiful on the bedside table. The only question: Why have an alarm clock when you already have alarm functionality on your phone?

    Photo by: Justin Wagoner

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  It's not hard to envision an Apple refrigerator that tells you what you're running out of and feeds you new recipes. Wagoner's creation focuses on weather and the temperature inside your fridge and freezer.Photo by: Justin Wagoner

    It's not hard to envision an Apple refrigerator that tells you what you're running out of and feeds you new recipes. Wagoner's creation focuses on weather and the temperature inside your fridge and freezer.

    Photo by: Justin Wagoner

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