Just follow the penguins!
Maybe I’m deluded, but I feel like all my own apps look much less dated in iOS 7 that Apple’s collection of first-party App Store downloads.
Le “swipe to delete” qui change de sens de façon tout à fait arbitraire après six ans, fallait oser, quand même.
I’m finally using Reminders (and trusting iCloud… oh god this will end badly) instead of sending myself one-line emails. I like the future.
I find the idea of Square Cash terrifying. American banking has to be the most insecure in the world for this to be authorized, doesn’t it?
Both my book and my cigarette are running out of battery. Stupid future.
I’m interested (though it may be too late to save email). I’m also # 47,478 in the queue.
Strikes me watching the keynote that Google Glass must be the ultimate presenter’s tool, to see your own slides and notes while talking.
I get the rationale (your files belong on Thunderbolt arrays) but it’s still weird to see the $3000 Mac Pro start with… a 256GB drive.
The new Mac icons for iPhoto and iMovie look straight out of Windows Vista. Some in-house designers are overcompensating for iOS 7.
Waiiiit. No Touch ID on iPad Air? I don’t want to have to type passcodes anymore! What is this, 2012?!
That “Free Upgrade” terminology on Mavericks in the App Store just begs one to imagine the “Paid Upgrade” alternative for apps.
Quite unhappy with the new way labels/tags are displayed. I used them to quickly see important/obsolete files in a list; now it’s too muted.
Damn that bugs me. Surely I’m not the only one who colored files to make folders (and desktop!) more legible. Why did you break my workflow?
Good thing I didn’t pay for Mavericks; so far it only annoys me. I just switched back to 10.8’s limited but workable multi-monitor support.
Never loved Tapbots’ designs and Tweetbot 3 is no better. Instead of disliking the visuals I can now roll my eyes at the animations.
Still, there’s no denying Tweetbot’s the best client on the platform, and it looks less out of place on iOS 7, so I’m fine with my purchase.
And one that’s not a matter of taste: content that keeps switching from light-on-dark to dark-on-light is demonstrably terrible UX #tweetbot
LinkedIn Intro is the perfect, timely solution to Mavericks: a proxy to make Mail treat Gmail like regular IMAP. (But don’t do it.)
Have you tried opening more tabs in Safari on Mavericks than fit in the tab bar? The last tab becomes a multi-tab. Biggest UX WTF all week.
“I want the iWork apps on my iPad to be as powerful as those on my Mac.”
Le double-clic sur les écouteurs pour passer au morceau suivant qui marche une fois sur vingt, on en parle ?
Now that Twitter shows cropped pics in the web timeline, it’s gonna become Reddit — nobody will see any Tweet that doesn’t include a picture
Fantastical is a great example of an iOS 7 redesign that avoids the bleached look of Apple’s apps while still pulling off delightful UI
How not to use iOS 7’s systemwide font size: Fantastical 2’s event list is unreadable because I like my mail and tweets written small.
Fantastical 2’s birthday view is the perfect touch of whimsy that my apps are sorely lacking. Oh well, can’t change your spots and all that.
Confused by Twitter’s feature rollout. I have inline images but still no “let everyone DM me” checkbox that I can find.
On perdrait pas autant de temps à parler des mises à jour d’iPhone, de Twitter, etc., qu’on en gagne à les utiliser comme outils ? #zerosum
Testé à nouveau, et je continue de douter que quiconque ait jamais réussi à faire marcher un transfert sur AirDrop.