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What We Know About Apple iOS 18’s Potential VisionOS-Like UI Design

<p>There have been long-standing rumors that iOS 18 would significantly alter Apple’s iPhone models and include a plethora of creative AI technologies. Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, has also formally stated that the release of these functionalities is scheduled for 2024.</p>
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<p>Further speculating adds to the notion that Apple may be leaning toward a VisionOS-inspired design for the looks, which might also get a major makeover.</p>
<p>For those who are unaware, the iPhone manufacturer released VisionOS, its most recent operating system, earlier this month in February along with the Apple Vision Pro mixed reality headset. According to The Verifier via 9to5Mac, iOS 18 is anticipated to have visual components that draw inspiration from VisionOS.</p>
<p>Already, with its rounded edges, depth, and shadows, VisionOS resembles iOS. It is interesting to see that parallels with the tvOS app are also apparent. Moreover, The Verifier speculates that system menus and integrated Apple programs like Safari would also be redesigned.</p>
<p>It’s crucial to remember that this is still just a rumor, so it’s conceivable that iOS 18 won’t include these improvements. To be honest, these changes are rather significant, and when combined with the other AI capabilities, this makeover does seem like a doable project. Nevertheless, it is anticipated that these issues would be clarified at WWDC 2024.</p>

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