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10 iOS 7 Features You'll Want
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ditto1224
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9/25/2013 | 8:13:06 PM
re: 10 iOS 7 Features You'll Want
I couldn't be more disappointed in the overall look and icons of IOS 7. I love some of the new functionality, but the new Clock, Calendar, Lock Screen and Notepad look cheap and completely lost the high end feel they had in prior IOS versions. Why eliminate the visual appeal when most people won't use or notice many of the great upgrades?
Big mistake Jobs would have never allowed.
Thomas Claburn
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9/24/2013 | 4:17:12 AM
re: 10 iOS 7 Features You'll Want
Also, the ability to display messages and notifications on the lock screen if you choose can be very convenient (if insecure).
monymony
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9/23/2013 | 5:19:48 PM
re: 10 iOS 7 Features You'll Want
Showing the timer on the locked screen. Simple, but very helpful.
Laurianne
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9/23/2013 | 4:37:32 PM
re: 10 iOS 7 Features You'll Want
Which is your new favorite feature, readers? Excellent point on #7, Tom
Alex Kane Rudansky
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Alex Kane Rudansky,
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9/23/2013 | 4:33:14 PM
re: 10 iOS 7 Features You'll Want
My favorite new iOS 7 feature is the swipe to close apps. So much easier than holding down the icon and pressing the little X button. Overall - much more intuitive.


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