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I always appreciate a good article, but is no one editing for accuracy, here?    The article states:  No, Apple hasn't. That's not the home screen. The home screen is your first page of apps. Then:  It isn't?   
I'm running 8.3 beta and was confused because I wasn't seeing this at all. Turns out the new "Password Settings" menu doesn't appear (or didn't for me) until you sign out of your store account then log back in. Under normal circumstances, there are few reasons for signing out of one's account. And the average user avoids Preferences in general. As such, unless Apple makes it visible without logging out, it's likely that many users won't be aware of this new feature for...
Maybe they're giant (e.g., aerial view) Apple-product boxes %u2014 like the ones the products ship in. The one in the middle is probably an iPhone box. On either side, maybe an iWatch and perhaps even a new, mystery product.
...and STILL no highlighting for PDFs. Because who would ever need to do that?
I happily paid for it -- and am enjoying it. But there aren't really any "all-new features." (For example, the mute filters you described were there in v2.) This is a thorough, cosmetic redesign -- and it's fantastic. But to cite "all-new features" isn't factual.
This article's headline is misleading. Since it doesnt mention the 5S, it seems to imply that the 5C will be the flagship. The article helps to clarify this, but the headline is still misleading.
You wrote: "accessible only by swiping left or clicking the home button..." But you meant: "accessible only by swiping *right*... :-)
Photos also obsoletes PhotoCal.
I subscribe to your RSS feed and follow you on twitter. I like the immediacy of twitter, plus the added benefit of retweets. But you do post items on the blog that you don't tweet.   Like many, I read several hundred tweets and articles a day, so it's not ideal, when reading the blog, to have to read past (actively filter out) articles that one has already read on twitter.   Any chance of a "non-twitter" feed, featuring only articles that weren't tweeted? Or is...
  Well, that isn't an oxymoron at all. So, in that sense, it's not so good.  :-)
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