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post #41 of 56

Hope they fix a bug introduced with the last update - now when playing music, if I turn my phone horizontal it no longer displays the flowing or scrolling cover art. It now displays one random artist only.

post #42 of 56

I can only tell people to go to Apple feedback and tell them directly what you are seeing and feeling!

 

http://www.apple.com/feedback/iphone.html

post #43 of 56
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Originally Posted by John.B View Post

Start here. An outgoing iMessage text shouldn't sit in a queue with no timeout and no straight-forward way to restart the process.

 

I didn't know there is a queue for iMessage and there certainly is a wau to restart the delivery process.

 

I know you don't use the iPhone so didn't know what is happening in iPhone land.

post #44 of 56
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Originally Posted by lkrupp View Post

Not seeing any of this. Why do you think Apple needs to deal with your personal issues that hardly anyone else sees? Try troubleshooting your hosed updated instead.

Will you must be lucky.

As most people I know in the uk have a few problems.
In anycase apple are aware of it so I think it is big enough issue , and not just for myself lol

Such a selfish answer to my post!
I was just being honest,
post #45 of 56
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Originally Posted by Takeo View Post
 

 

No it is not. You can only turn off the silly parallax background thing on the home screen (where the icons appear to move above the background image). There is no way to turn off the zooming animations.

 

My question is when is Apple going to finish the interface design and release THAT update. This design is so horrendous. Looks like a wireframe drawing. But hey, at least you can see through the Safari toolbar now. That's what iOS has been missing all along. FINALLY I can just barely see through my toolbars. It's about time.

 

Also so happy that buttons and labels finally look exactly the same so there's no way to know what's what. And also no way to know the size of any buttons since the entire interface is now just Helvetica (such a hideous font for an OS) floating in space. I always said iOS was way to intuitive and easy to use. I mean, 3 year olds used to be able to use iOS. What a disaster. You don't want 3 years old use iPads.

 

I interpeted "Reduce Motion" as applying more widely given the explanation on the screen of :" Reduce the motion of the user interface, including the parallax effect of icons and alerts" "including" but then not limited to that alone.

 

Also "reduce" or "controllable" are not synonymous with "turn off".

post #46 of 56
So far I HATE IOS7!!!!!! My wife and I lost FaceTime functionality, She lost all her ringtones which never happened before with previous updates. Suddenly the device is swipe happy and too easy to swipe away what I'm working on, the font isn't easy to read for an older person. I also had to resize my wallpaper after the install. My deleted voicemail messages sometimes comes back. What happened to testing a product before releasing it. Tim Cook is no Steve Jobs. This truly is the buggiest update ever. I want my FaceTime back!!!1devil.gif
post #47 of 56
Originally Posted by AppleJim View Post
She lost all her ringtones which never happened before with previous updates.

 

Should have backed up.

 
the font isn't easy to read for an older person.

 

Settings/General/Accessibility/Bold

 
What happened to testing a product before releasing it.

 

Enough nonsense.

Originally Posted by helia

I can break your arm if I apply enough force, but in normal handshaking this won't happen ever.
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Originally Posted by helia

I can break your arm if I apply enough force, but in normal handshaking this won't happen ever.
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post #48 of 56
What the what? Tallest Skil you Clearly have no clue what you're talking about. Everything is always backed up in iCloud and in laptop. Ringtones were set to a particular contact but with update to IOS7, it is no longer. The font in the new apps icons are hard to read and you can't change that, like under reminders and calendar. And if you check the iphone FaceTime forum, many customers lost FaceTime functionality. We shouldn't have to reinstall everything or repatch everything with each new update. We didn't have a problem with iOS 4,5,6 updates.
post #49 of 56
Originally Posted by AppleJim View Post
Everything is always backed up in iCloud and in laptop.

 

Apparently not… 

 
The font in the new apps icons are hard to read and you can't change that, like under reminders and calendar.

 

Did you try:no:

 

Originally Posted by helia

I can break your arm if I apply enough force, but in normal handshaking this won't happen ever.
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Originally Posted by helia

I can break your arm if I apply enough force, but in normal handshaking this won't happen ever.
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post #50 of 56

Wow, thanks tallest skil, that fixed everything!   Not.  Talk about subtle improvements, I tried reduce motion just for kicks, and it was almost undetectable what it did.  I'm talking to more folks daily in my travels and this is not a slam dunk, everyone's happy upgrade, yourself excluded of course.  Just looking forward to future updates!

 

http://www.apple.com/feedback/iphone.html

post #51 of 56
Seriously!!, Tallest Skil you post useless, unhelpful information. That's not readable, maybe on a iPad but we're talking about an IPhone for 63 year old eyes. The font still looks the same, you can't change it either. lol.gif
post #52 of 56
Originally Posted by AppleJim View Post
Seriously!!, Tallest Skil you post useless, unhelpful information. That's not readable, maybe on a iPad but we're talking about an IPhone for 63 year old eyes. The font still looks the same, you can't change it either Mr. Short on Skil. lol.gif

 

Thanks for the insults. I proved you were lying. That’s all that matters. Enjoy moving those goalposts.

Originally Posted by helia

I can break your arm if I apply enough force, but in normal handshaking this won't happen ever.
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Originally Posted by helia

I can break your arm if I apply enough force, but in normal handshaking this won't happen ever.
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post #53 of 56
Originally Posted by dillio View Post

No, almost each one of your posts on this site are condescending and insulting.

 

Don’t post lies. There’s not really anything else to be said here. Why should we be nice to people who are purposely lying? I’d love an answer to that question.

Originally Posted by helia

I can break your arm if I apply enough force, but in normal handshaking this won't happen ever.
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Originally Posted by helia

I can break your arm if I apply enough force, but in normal handshaking this won't happen ever.
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post #54 of 56

No one is lying here, the person stated that they can't see things well in IOS 7, the settings changes are subtle, not enough to solve the problem.   So please just go back to your sand box, not that I care to look, but I'll bet out of your 28K Plus posts that few are helpful.

post #55 of 56

As if iOS7 were not bad enough in and of itself...

 

As one who really, really depends on his iPhone and iPad for business purposes I am sick to the teeth of hearing people say that, "You are just opposed to change."

 

Not true.  The actual changes in functionality in ios7 have a few improvements and a few losses (like spotlight no longer diging as deeply to find keywords).  But the user interface is much, much more difficult to work with now that we have to live in Jony Ive's light gray, lighter gray, white, and nearly colorless world.  Now instead of being to intuitively go direct to what I need to see or enter, I have to actually read the bland letters to see where to click, enter, etc.

 

CHANGE FOR THE SAKE OF CHANGE IS STUPID.  CHANGE FOR THE SAKE OF JONY IVE IS WORSE THAN STUPID (I should give you a word but none comes to mind.  How about ABYSMALLY STUPID.)

 

Unfortunately, without the guiding vision of Steve Jobs I suspect the we will put up with a lot more of this in the future.

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post #56 of 56
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Originally Posted by WisdomSeed View Post

I actually had a blue crash twice yesterday. The screen turned blue for about a second and the phone restarted, without my prompting it. Then it happened again less then three minutes later. When it restarted, I quite all running apps and haven't had a problem since. But it shook me to see my, not even two week old 5s go through it like that. And the message thing would be nice to see fixed as well.
It's obviously 5s troubles. What can I say? We are to wait;)
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