While I wouldn’t go so far on saying that the safari UI on iOS is out-of-date, the look and feel of mobile safari haven’t modified all that a lot over the past few years. Sure, Apple has included any variety of tweaks and options in recent memory (the speed enhancements especially are most welcome), however, there haven’t been any sweeping changes just like the UI overhaul ushered in by iOS seven a couple of years back.
That being the case, Julius Sohn recently places along a concept video that fully re-imagines safari on iOS. besides the video, Sohn also compiled an in-depth list of the options introduced by the video also because the line of thinking that went into their style. One significantly intriguing feature is dubbed areas and allows users to arrange their browsing history and tabs around a selected category.
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Space could be a collection of open tabs and pages you saved for later focused around a subject or an area of your life. Bookmarks, favourites, and also the reading list are reduced to 1 easy way to save pages for later. Saved pages are connected to every area and are previewed visually below your open tabs. they’re automatically sorted by categories with the choice to make your own groups if you wish to.
Another fascinating plan involves a timeline-themed view for reviewing one’s browsing history.
The concept video is seen below.
Incidentally, a number of the design concepts here definitely look compelling, however, might not be ideal for comparatively small smartphone displays. It will look rather sleek on an iPad, though.