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Runs fine in iPad mk 2 but I have quite a few broken apps. I hope they get updated soon. Good Reader being one and my favorite weather app another.
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Enjoying the new Mac Pro ... it's smokin'
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nMac Pro 6 Core, MacBookPro i7, MacBookPro i5, iPhones 5 and 5s, iPad Air, 2013 Mac mini.
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There is already a self destruct although I don't tell people the sequence since it is, well... destructive.
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Originally Posted by digitalclips View Post

Runs fine in iPad mk 2 but I have quite a few broken apps. I hope they get updated soon. Good Reader being one and my favorite weather app another.

My development device was so bad I had to revert back. Couldn't accomplish anything.

The only thing that was consistent was the inconsistency.
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Are you reporting these bugs to Apple, or just complaining?

And I thought you swipe up to activate Control Center, even on the lock screen, not press Home.
They did not realize it had moved to control center, maybe in a future beta they will add double click for control on lock screen.

Question is that also replacing the quick camera access by using control center?
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They did not realize it had moved to control center, maybe in a future beta they will add double click for control on lock screen.

Question is that also replacing the quick camera access by using control center?

I believe so, when you swipe up one of the main buttons is a camera.

I'm all for a consistent interface. Plus, moving the camera to Control Center is much easier, as I currently often lock and unlock my phone rapidly just to use the Quick Camera function.
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Originally Posted by Curtis Hannah View Post

They did not realize it had moved to control center, maybe in a future beta they will add double click for control on lock screen.

Question is that also replacing the quick camera access by using control center?

There appears to still be a camera icon on the lock screen. I think that if you drag it upwards you get the camera (as it is in iOS 6), while if you swipe up from the bottom you get controll center.
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