Last month, Redmondpie.com brought to us a brand new iOS notification system which you can find here. It was designed by Shaw Hickman. It used the spotlight page to display all the notifications you had. It was awesome and it got many views and we hope Apple will revamp the iOS notification system to something like that in iOS 5. Right now, let us present to you a new iOS notification system designed by David Connel!
This new mockup uses the multitasking bar to display the device’s notifications. The red lines next to the notification in the multitasking bar represents unread messages. The red bar on the top represents there are new notifications that needs to be read. In iOS 4.3.1, users that activate multitasking gestures (guide here), will be able to swipe up from the bottom of the screen to display these beautiful, and elegant notifications.
If you miss or ignore the initial notification, the bar still glows red, but resumes displaying the usual information. The complete history is accessible through the multitasking bar. Double tap the home button to bring it up… – redmondpie.com
My opinion of this system is very nice to look at and read if you’re a person that gets a lot of notifications a day from Twitter, text messages, your mail etc. I’m hoping Apple hears us and will change the notification system in iOS 5 which is set to be released in June during WWDC 2011.