2017/08/16

Apple push iOS 11 sixth test version: icon new design map with eggs

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) - Apple Inc. has pushed the iOS 11 system's sixth beta version early this morning. In addition to fixing bugs, the biggest change in the new version is the redesign of the application icon.

In a previous version of iOS 11, Apple has fine-tuned the "camera" and "set" icons, and in the new version, the design of the App Store, Map, and Clock has changed.



App Store icon since 2008 after no change, and in this iOS 11 it becomes more flattened. From the previous pencil, brush, ruler stacked into a three-line staggered, familiar with the iOS system users will not admit, because the new icon still retains the previous elements.

Changes to the map icon, for familiar with Apple's users should be a egg. The new icon depicts the coordinates of Apple's new headquarters building Apple Park location, the upper right corner exposed that like a very "Home" key to the corner of the building.

As for the clock application, it seems little change, should be used Apple custom San Francisco font.

The icon changes are only a small part of the iOS 11 system, which will debut with the new iPhone this fall. At present, the beta version of the iOS 11 system still exists some Bug, so we do not recommend the general user to upgrade the use of the main machine.

In addition, macOS High Sierra also pushed a new beta for developers. The update fixes the bug that caused the application to crash when using Canon printers, and fixes GPU-related issues on the MacBook Pro. In addition, the Apple system "four-piece" in the other two systems tvOS and watchOS also ushered in the latest beta update.

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