Un keynote molto interessante e ricco di novità. Ho deciso pertanto di dividere le mie osservazioni in due articoli distinti. In questo parlerò del software, nel prossimo mi concentrerò sull’hardware.
It was a great keynote, packed with new stuff. So I’ve decided I’ll split my observations in two different articles. This one focuses on the software, the next one will focus on the hardware.
I really like the new VSCO Cam, but I noticed a bit of a strange behaviour with its Temperature tool.
Considering how I use my iOS device, I’m actually satisfied with iOS overall. The improvements I’d like to see in iOS 7 are very few, and have nothing to do with the UI.
If it’s not for technical reasons, what’s the point in artificially preventing an older version of an app from working?
I wasn’t finding Mailbox particularly attractive, but after reading some very positive reviews, I decided to endure the reservation process and give it a try.
I wholeheartedly agree with everything Joe Cieplinski says in this article, which is truly a must-read.
Sometimes, removing skeuomorphic elements is just as gratuitous as inserting them. After the latest update, the Podcasts app looks like just another media app.
In considering a theoretical bigger iPhone, doing the screen resolution/density math is not enough. What about design and usability?
When I updated my iPad to iOS 6, I was excited I could finally interact with Siri. Over time, however, I ended up forgetting it’s even installed.