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Did you notice that during the keynote iOS7 never was a black iPhone shown? Same as with Apple's website showcasing iOS7's homepage.

It mustn't look very good on a black phone otherwise why wouldn't it have been shown? 

I agree that it will look awesome with the much rumoured candied iPhones.

Yeah, sure.

 

Apple has been working on, and will release an iOS that "mustn't look very good" on their flagship device. /s

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There is no dialog when you switch in or out of Airplane Mode! I don't use Airplane Mode, so I am not aware of any normal operations which might display a dialog.

In Airplane Mode, if you use an app that tries to access the internet, a modal dialog pops-up to remind you that you're in Airplane Mode. 

 

Lock the screen, then switch to those the apps again? You get the dialog again. Every single time. 

 

It's insufferable. Yes, I know I'm in Airplane Mode

I agree.

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Evidently you are blissfully unaware of the real-world restrictions placed on developers.

I am blissfully aware that no website has been taken down, and to my knowledge no cease and desist letter has been sent, nor has any developer been banned for talking about iOS 7.

My twitter feed which is about 25% devs - about 150, or so - is talking about the beta. Yes, the rules are there. They are not really enforced. Feel free to point to a news story which proves me wrong.
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In Airplane Mode, if you use an app that tries to access the internet, a modal dialog pops-up to remind you that you're in Airplane Mode. 

Lock the screen, then switch to those the apps again? You get the dialog again. Every single time. 

It's insufferable. Yes, I know I'm in Airplane Mode

Someday you might forget. Nothing wrong with this dialog. What was crap was the dialog bomb which happened when every single mail account you signed up to alerted you that it couldn't get mail, and there may be an internet connection issue. Every single one.

Thats fixed.
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I think, what he means is: there are virtually no more stories about the Mac. So ignoring iDevice/OS stories would mean, ignoring AI almost entirely – and I agree. It would be nice to have more (in depth) stories about the Mac and Mavericks.

I agree with that too.  I guess we'll all have to wait for Siracusa's full review when it comes out, presumably within day's of the official release.  I'm actually more excited about Mavericks than iOS 7.

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Did you notice that during the keynote iOS7 never was a black iPhone shown? Same as with Apple's website showcasing iOS7's homepage.

It mustn't look very good on a black phone otherwise why wouldn't it have been shown? 

I agree that it will look awesome with the much rumoured candied iPhones.

 

I disagree. I actually think in the screenshots, since there is a lot of white used in the new OS, it looks a bit TOO white with the white iPhone. iOS 7 on my black one looks fantastic, very compelling contrast between the deep black of the phone and the bright white and colors of the OS.

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Someday you might forget. Nothing wrong with this dialog. What was crap was the dialog bomb which happened when every single mail account you signed up to alerted you that it couldn't get mail, and there may be an internet connection issue. Every single one.

Thats fixed.

I doubt I'd forget with an icon of a plane replacing my signal strength bar. 

 

The least they could do would be to add an option to turn it off. 

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In my experience it came from Apple haters and started prior to the iPod when they called a Mac a "toy".  Then came the iDevices and they tagged on an "i" for those.

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I just want to know if that ridiculously annoying "YOU'RE IN AIRPLANE MODE!!!!" modal pop-up is finally gone. 

Seriously, it's the worst.

There is no dialog when you switch in or out of Airplane Mode! I don't use Airplane Mode, so I am not aware of any normal operations which might display a dialog.

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There is no dialog when you switch in or out of Airplane Mode! I don't use Airplane Mode, so I am not aware of any normal operations which might display a dialog.

There is a dialog when the user tries to do Internet stuff while in airplane mode. Still there.


I tried Airplane Mode. then Safari Internet access -- got a Dialog telling me I was in Airplane mode, but I could turn on WiFi if I wanted access.

Turned on WiFi... no more popup...


Just as a matter of curiosity, what do you people expect iOS to do -- ignore your request, do nothing and not tell you why?

Or, it could just pop up a dialog which says: "Hey, Stupid you turned on Airplane Mode -- and that means you can't do that."



Edit: Sorry if it appears that my knickers are in a twist. Evil relatives keep trying to give obsolete WinTel laptops to my grandkids -- and they, of course want me to make them work like Macs and have access to WiFi, Internet, AirPlay, Home Theater, etc. Whenever I have to do this, I try -- then get frustrated... "Waltz Me Around Again, Willie" followed by "Roll Me Over In The Clover, Roll Me Over over, Lay Me Down, And Do It Again"... I just got through one of those sessions and I told the grandkids to refuse any WinTel gifts as they will not be given access to any of the household services.
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post #50 of 81
I hope they fix the battery life issues with the iPhone 4S. Running it on mine kills the battery life. I can only sometimes get a full day out of the battery vs always all day with iOS 6.
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Or just don't pay attention to those stories.

How is this difficult? 1rolleyes.gif

 

We could just ignore your posts too since they usually don't have anything worth reading, but we don't for some reason....

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I doubt I'd forget with an icon of a plane replacing my signal strength bar. 

The least they could do would be to add an option to turn it off. 

Well as Dick A just said. It can't do nothing. It's a pretty bad UI experience to not work or update and not explain why.
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I hope they fix the battery life issues with the iPhone 4S. Running it on mine kills the battery life. I can only sometimes get a full day out of the battery vs always all day with iOS 6.

Problem seems to be resolved on the 2 iP4S we have!
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I doubt I'd forget with an icon of a plane replacing my signal strength bar. 

The least they could do would be to add an option to turn it off. 

Well as Dick A just said. It can't do nothing. It's a pretty bad UI experience to not work or update and not explain why.

Maybe you could just shake your wrist -- and take a picture 1wink.gif
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I'm surprised! Where are all the trolls to tell me my benchmark numbers for the iPhone 5 vs the GS4 are wrong?

 

Or perhaps they went our and did some tests themselves (on their friends iPhones) and found out the truth - that the GS4 with its mosnter over-clocked quad core processor isn't really any faster than an iPhone 5 in day-to-day applications.

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New settings icons. Screenshot via 9to5Mac

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The old ones were better. Love it or leave it, the minimalistic design is consistent. The one color worked together. Adding meaningless color that doesn't work together in a color scale is not as visually pleasing.  

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Man, I wish there was a website about _Mac_ rumors and _Mac_ news. With the time it's getting harder and harder to read stuff about the Mac. And the culprit isn't Apple, because Apple is working hard finishing the new Mac Pro and Mavericks, and other Haswell updates. The culprit is the iToy fanbase. Tough times for Mac users.

You think iOS information isn't important to many OS X users?
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Man, I wish there was a website about _Mac_ rumors and _Mac_ news. With the time it's getting harder and harder to read stuff about the Mac. And the culprit isn't Apple, because Apple is working hard finishing the new Mac Pro and Mavericks, and other Haswell updates. The culprit is the iToy fanbase. Tough times for Mac users.

You think iOS information isn't important to many OS X users?

Nah... Unless you use AirDrop, AirPlay, Maps, Notifications, Calendars... And other stuff like that!
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I lost my volume indicator with beta 4. Anyone else? Will try beta 5 tonight.

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The old ones were better. Love it or leave it, the minimalistic design is consistent. The one color worked together. Adding meaningless color that doesn't work together in a color scale is not as visually pleasing.  

 

I disagree. Using the color to subdivide groups in to subgroups of different functionality is not meaningless, and ties together similar tasks. This makes navigating the options a lot quicker - at least for me. The color scale is a different matter, hopefully they'll consult some Photoshop palettes before they push out the GM.
 

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The old ones were better. Love it or leave it, the minimalistic design is consistent. The one color worked together. Adding meaningless color that doesn't work together in a color scale is not as visually pleasing.  
How are colored round recs not minimalistic? Its not like App added a bunch of gradients, textures, gloss etc. to them. I personally like the colors. iOS 7 is very white so adding splashes of color is a good thing.

I guess I'm not understanding how white icons on a plain colored background is not minimalistic. Isn't that similar to Windows 8 UI, which most people refer to as a flat UI?
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Nah... Unless you use AirDrop, AirPlay, Maps, Notifications, Calendars... And other stuff like that!

Just one example, of many I am sure, would be Logic Pro X on Mac and Logic Pro Remote on iPad. They are a pretty powerful and professional combination. The tight integration of these two is important to beta test in iOS 7 and Mavericks.
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Nah... Unless you use AirDrop, AirPlay, Maps, Notifications, Calendars... And other stuff like that!

Just one example, of many I am sure, would be Logic Pro X on Mac and Logic Pro Remote on iPad. They are a pretty powerful and professional combination. The tight integration of these two is important to beta test in iOS 7 and Mavericks.

Exactly... Or FCPX with a companion app running on a 17" iPad connected to the computer with USB 3.1 via Lightening... Time to get your hands dirty!
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There is no dialog when you switch in or out of Airplane Mode! I don't use Airplane Mode, so I am not aware of any normal operations which might display a dialog.

There is a dialog when the user tries to do Internet stuff while in airplane mode. Still there.

Ah, that dialogue. Yeah, I don't get that as I turn on WiFi after I put it in Airplane Mode, in order to prevent cellular usage. I only turn it on when I want internet access on my iPad while out of any WiFi range.
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I lost my volume indicator with beta 4. Anyone else? Will try beta 5 tonight.

Ooh, that would be nice if they god rid of that excruciating indicator! Nothing wrong with my hearing; I don't need visual feedback indicating i changed the volume. Really, what are these manufacturers thinking? Most TV's have this as well, very annoying, and no way to turn it off. Even on OSX, urgh.
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Sorry if it appears that my knickers are in a twist. Evil relatives keep trying to give obsolete WinTel laptops to my grandkids -- and they, of course want me to make them work like Macs and have access to WiFi, Internet, AirPlay, Home Theater, etc. Whenever I have to do this, I try -- then get frustrated... "Waltz Me Around Again, Willie" followed by "Roll Me Over In The Clover, Roll Me Over over, Lay Me Down, And Do It Again"... I just got through one of those sessions and I told the grandkids to refuse any WinTel gifts as they will not be given access to any of the household services.

Annoying, WinTel machines, aren't they?

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Exactly... Or FCPX with a companion app running on a 17" iPad connected to the computer with USB 3.1 via Lightening... Time to get your hands dirty!

What's FCP X? I am too busy playing with Logic Pro X 1biggrin.gif
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Can you imagine Samsung developing and releasing their own OS like this?

Me neither

 

I can, and it's undoubtedly going to happen at some point. Samsung is either going to fork Android and go the Amazon Kindle Fire route with their own ecosystem or make a go of Tizen as their primary platform. It's not a matter of if that will happen, it's when. Right now, it makes little sense that Samsung is feeding customers to Google's services and with their overall marketshare Samsung is going to want to take control of their own destiny.

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Man, I wish there was a website about _Mac_ rumors and _Mac_ news. With the time it's getting harder and harder to read stuff about the Mac. And the culprit isn't Apple, because Apple is working hard finishing the new Mac Pro and Mavericks, and other Haswell updates. The culprit is the iToy fanbase. Tough times for Mac users.

 

Wait, when did the URL turn into macinsider.com... I thought this was appleinsider.com... hmmm.

 

 

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Try http://www.macsurfer.com  

 

These guys have a Mac based tip almost every day:  http://www.macworld.com

 

This one is almost too nerdy:  http://www.macintouch.com

 

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I hated iOS 7 when it was unveiled...but this...this looks great!

No, it doesn't look great. It's somewhat better, but the icons still are completely flat, they lack any kind of depth. Everything that's happened in the last 20 years to improve the look of user interfaces has been thrown out the window, and for no good reason.
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I've been using iOS 7 on my iPhone 4 since beta 1, it was terrible at the start with the phone being extremely slow and it turning off randomly 5-6 times per day. Since beta 4 it's been much better, just want Apple to optimise it more, get the transitions working faster and smoother and make the control center be in colour instead of grey. If they can't make the effects quicker and smoother than they should tone them down.
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Yeah, sure.

 

Apple has been working on, and will release an iOS that "mustn't look very good" on their flagship device. /s

It just doesn't look as good as it does on the  iPhone of Jony Ive's choice which apparently is the white one. Against black it will cause eye strain- against white it blends beautifully.

Remember the  iPod originated as white as did the iBook. Apple and Jony Ive have always steered towards the white, transparent antiseptic look which iOS7 showcases at its zenith. 

 
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I hated iOS 7 when it was unveiled...but this...this looks great!

No, it doesn't look great.

When you read a post, it is posted by someone. The name is on the left hand side. And that makes it the opinion of that particular poster. Not too difficult concept to grasp.
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The old ones were better. Love it or leave it, the minimalistic design is consistent. The one color worked together. Adding meaningless color that doesn't work together in a color scale is not as visually pleasing.  

 

I agree.

 

Honestly the old settings icons were one of my favorite features of iOS 7.

 

But the new ones are more functional, and make sense in the light of the third party icons that also populate the settings app.

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No, it doesn't look great. It's somewhat better, but the icons still are completely flat, they lack any kind of depth. Everything that's happened in the last 20 years to improve the look of user interfaces has been thrown out the window, and for no good reason.
I love it when people spout off their opinions as fact. Sorry, but there were/are a lot of people who don't think current iOS has a good looking UI.
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I agree.

Honestly the old settings icons were one of my favorite features of iOS 7.

But the new ones are more functional, and make sense in the light of the third party icons that also populate the settings app.
I didn't like the previous version because it was too much white. I think toning down some of the white space is a good idea since there is so much of it in iOS 7.
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Man, I wish there was a website about _Mac_ rumors and _Mac_ news. With the time it's getting harder and harder to read stuff about the Mac. And the culprit isn't Apple, because Apple is working hard finishing the new Mac Pro and Mavericks, and other Haswell updates. The culprit is the iToy fanbase. Tough times for Mac users.

It's called CHANGE. Life = change. No change = death.

 

The past does not change. Life exists only in the present.

 

The Mac is still alive, as it is changing, too. Witness the iMac first of all. We bought one of the first iMacs back in the day. It was purple and plastic. My new iMac is aluminum and has a 27" screen, it has a 3.4 GHz Intel Core i7 processor, and it has 32 GB of RAM. It's nice.

 

The new Mac Pro will be even nicer and we're going to get one.

 

Scoff at Apple's iOS products, but they not only complement Apple's Macs and enhance its ecosystem, they're "gateway" products for millions of new Apple customers, many of whom will switch also to the new Macs from their beige pee cee's. And many of them will be happy and grateful to Apple for providing not only an affordable alternative to their minimally-used pee cee's but also for providing a much more convenient form factor with the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch.

 

The current and recent greater attention being paid to "iToys" is entirely justified, as Apple's "Trojan Horse" has indeed breached the gates of the Windoze hegemony. MS's walls are irrevocably crumbling as we speak.

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No, it doesn't look great. It's somewhat better, but the icons still are completely flat, they lack any kind of depth. Everything that's happened in the last 20 years to improve the look of user interfaces has been thrown out the window, and for no good reason.

Yes, is does look great.

 

At the risk of wasting my keystrokes in explanation: The whole idea is to get the interface more out of the way of content, and to establish new standards for greater consistency across apps.

 

Along with that consistency comes what is actually a better depth effect in the form of parallax and the hierarchical zoom effects back and forth between apps, folders, and app pages. This enhances also the user's orientation.

 

Another possible reason for the "plain white" interface is to further stymie the competition with its OLED displays of lower quality resolution which cannot display the thin fonts as nicely, and which draw more battery power when having to display more white. All this while Apple has its greater profits to spend on battery/processor research to extend its products' charge life.

 

Very clever and pragmatic, I'd say.

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twitter app won't refresh or scroll up/down!

anyone having the same problem???

No. Works fine for me.

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