As the New iOS 10 operating system rolls out this year, we’ll be experiencing a more fluid way of interacting with our powerful device. Back in 2013 when control center was added to iOS but in any case, Apple‘s engineers are looking for a better ideas which they may want yo take a look at through an extremely well-crafted concept from British designer who bears Sam Beckett. The updated Control Center now works with a 3D touch. Naturally, this expands the utility of pop-up settings menu. A very better example of this would be a hard press on the Wi-Fi network icon which let you quickly choose a wireless network around that you can join.
The new Concept is also feature rich. A very good example will be the ability of rearranging settings icons and swaps in entirely new shortcuts like low power mode and a toggle for cellular mode and a another toggle for cellular connectivity. Also added is the AirDrop and AirPlay which had been reduced to just icons the way it ought to have been. So therefore, they all share entire row that certainly isn’t a necessity.
Although its not really a special innovation but that’s just what makes it a better concept anyway. Its quiet easier to think of Apple inc implementing those features into its I phones. We’ll all wait to see what happens as the iOS 10 roll out this Fall!