iOS 7 Ringtones were not created by Apple [VIDEO]

On October 24, 2013


Although we enjoyed enormously as Apple introduced new ringtones in iOS 7 and with this opportunity we can find out who was their creator.

Did you ever like the Fireflies song from Owl City? Were you ever felt like the beginning of that hit is perfect for a ringtone, for which you used once or twice for this purpose? If the answer is yes, then you’ll be glad to know that the same Adam Young, singer behind the Owl City band, has just signed on its online discography iOS 7 Ringtone. If it were only that, we could be reluctant. It is noticeable, however, that there was a clear transition to electronic sounds, instead of inspired by nature and the environment, which Young is an expert in the field. In addition, the mere fact that the reference to the sounds of iOS 7 disappeared a few hours after appearing in the format above, reveals the possibility that Apple have put their tail like this thing to happen.

Currently, it is unknown exactly for which sounds is the artist responsible, even if it’s ringtones or system sounds. Instead, the similarities of the artist style and sound first introduced in the new iOS are obvious. To know Adam Young better, will say that he collaborated with Paul van Dike and Armin Van Bureen in the past and he also created mixes and songs for animated films such as The Croods, Wreck-it Ralph and Legend of the Guardians.

I wonder if the same system is responsible for wallpapers or icons in iOS 7 placed on the same occasion. Outsourcing is a common tactic in strong businesses, especially when it involves temporary important jobs. Interestingly, however, that Apple does not typically does something which is not internally.