iOS 7 is out today

Here’s the only review you really need to read. Rene Ritchie of iMore:

A complete visual departure from previous versions, it focuses on clarity by removing all but the most essential elements and chrome, deference by getting out of the way of content and apps, and depth by building the entire experience around a physics and particle engine that moves, blurs, parallaxes, and layers in virtual 3D. It touches every app, every pixel, and every bit of the system.

I’d call Rene’s iOS 7 review comprehensive, but that would be a huge understatement. It’s beautiful.

If you need more detail, a close second for me would be Federico Viticci’s Living with iOS 7 feature on MacStories. He’s done some great work with inline gifs that highlight some of the iOS 7 motion and fluidity. Incredible work by both of them.

A couple of other bits and pieces:

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