This Gorgeous iOS 8 Concept Merges Multitasking With Control Center [Video]

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Control Center was one of the top touted features added to iOS 7, but while the new swipe up gesture to toggle it is great, you might find yourself using multitask function more, so Bill Labus created a gorgeous iOS 8 concept that merges multitasking with control center to give you quicker access to your most used controls.

“Flicking up from the bottom of the edge allows the multitasking app views to be tied directly to the gesture, which allows for direct manipulation and avoids having to wait for a passive animation to complete before interacting with them.”

Developers can grab the Xcode project and take it for a spin or you can get your fill from the video teaser below:

To add more customization the concept allows users to add their most used shortcut functions to the 5 button slots.

The brightness slider has been removed to make room for other elements, but I wouldn’t mind seeing it replace the volume slider seems how you still have hard buttons on the side.

What changes would you like to see Apple make in iOS 8? Drop your thoughts in the comments below.

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