It could be available for download by this fall.
The Hi-Tech Texan says it looks like Apple is going to “turn back the page.”
“They’re almost going old school,” Michael Garfield says. “I think the first and foremost change that people are going to see is the look of it – the look and feel of it.”
Downloads of IOS 7 will be free. Garfield says it could be accompanied by the release of a new iPhone, but he isn’t expecting that to happen.
“It’s not going to be so much of a battery hog,” he says. “I think that’s the key thing. Companies can change their operating system all they want, but you do not want it to eat more battery life.”