Amidst the deluge of reveals at Apple s WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference), the wholesale revamp of the iOS home screen could prove one of the biggest deals for consumers. For the past 13 iOS iterations, Apple kept the home screen as a locked down grid of app icons and folders. Now, users can place widgets (such as weather, or maps) on their screens.That degree of customization would have been unthinkable under the design tenure of Jony Ive, who liked to keep Apple hardware and software nice and minimalist. It s also going to change how developers approach the platform, because now, in addition to thinking about their core apps, they ll also need to consider how a widget may operate on the home screen.
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