iOS 7 is released soon, and I was just wondering what features I have to look forward to thanks!
So what does everyone think of iOS 7? I hate it! The iPhone to me was simple and sophisticated, it's now gawdy and confusing and quite honestly it looks more like an android worst thing on ipad is when scrolling up I keep hitting the control band thingie which you then have to keep closing down
I really really like it but then I've been using the test versions for months so I'm used to itOriginally Posted by Britchick, post: 321330, member: 39
Keep going for a bit and see if you get used to it
There is a manual fix for this:Originally Posted by Britchick, post: 321330, member: 39
You can turn off the control centre when you are using an app. Settings -control centre - turn off access with apps
It will stop it from opening when you are using an app
Chris said there is security flaw but there is a work around and apple are working on a fix for this and other things for a futures update. Details are on bbc.co.uk/technology.
If ever there is a tomorrow when we're not together.......
there is something you must always remember.
You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.
But the most important thing is, even if we're apart...... I'll always be with you.
Winne the Pooh - A A Milne
A friend is a hand that is always holding yours,
no matter how close or far apart you may be.
A friend is someone who is always there and will always, always care.
A friend is a feeling of forever in the heart.
I like it.
Seems quite crisp and clean. However, I can see how some people might not like it. My DW for instance. She loathes change. So this is going to blow her away. I may not upgrade her to IOS 7.
The only thing that's bothering me at the moment is the fact that my third party apps now look a bit clunky compared to everything else on the phone. Prior to IOS 7, I always liked the realistic representation (leather, etc) in many apps but now with IOS 7, I'm finding that I prefer the more minimalist look.
Tom ( ... thank you Sir Jony!)