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Which goes back to design follows form and function, it was an awful choice for a system wide font. That is exactly what aesthetics are about. A font may be nice for one thing but not another. A good designer does not need anyone reminding them of that. It should be instinctive.
Designers were clear that it was an awful choice. It was removed for that exact reason.
..well that changes everything!
No good designer would have used Nue in the first place
Kidding aside it's a good move. Nue was a "look at me!" font, instead of a good font to look at. It looked dated from day one. The entirety of the iOS 7 redesign was about flash, whereas good design is almost invisible, you don't notice it until you come across bad design. Which again was iOS 7
This is so incredible! I'm so happy! I'm getting goosebumps all over. Or maybe I'm breaking out in hives. I can't tell, which is apropos. Wow!
A lot of folks I know with Android phones are telling me they are going to switch. I tell them to wait until this fall when the new one is out. If the new phone does have the biggest improvement in camera on an iPhone as has been speculated, then I think it's only going snowball this year.
I think there is far more value in new content than a library. Media is driven by new content, Apple could leverage it's size with enticing production companies to bring content directly to Apple and directly to consumers bypassing networks and studios. Let production companies take the risk and a bigger share of the prize. It's the inevitable. Apple with it's Apple TV as the blank sheet of paper to forge forward instead of messing around with a dead structure that is...
I still say Apple has a blank sheet of paper and should forget about appeasing the networks and old media plaque build up. There must be plenty of content producers that would love to bypass the networks and provide an outlet like Apple TV the content directly. Direct to Internet is the future of content. TV networks as we know them are at the end of life cycle.
Hey Mac for the Mac Hey home for homekit/Apple tv But probably have the ability to name your device whatever user chooses
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