Largely hated? Hardly. Maybe the vocal minority gave you that impression, but the majority agreed that iOS needed a facelift given how often the word "stale" was used when describing iOS 6.
But I would expect a garbage statement like that considering the way you revere Forstall.
A replaceable battery to satisfy the few would negatively impact the structural integrity and design of everyone's iPhone. A few software features that you don't have to use do not negatively impact your experience. Don't like PIP? Watch the video full screen. Don't like multitouch text selection? Don't use it.
rogifan wrote: »
I will reserve judgment until I'm able to try out. But from the demo Craig did it looked really cool and the audience was excited.
solar saves wrote: »
What would be most helpful is if it works like the arrow keys on a keyboard. You know, up, down, left, right one letter or row at a time...
No, what's the problem?
There's a few video channels I regularly watch on YouTube where I don't much care about the video, just the audio, so putting it in the corner while I do other things, or even entirely off screen would be useful.
Why does every activity have to be deeply engaged with?