David Pogue on iOS 7
Posted on September 18, 2013 by winston porter
David Pogue from the New York Times has a great review of iOS 7, you can read the entire article here.
The big Apple news this week might seem to be the new iPhones. But truth be told, the bigger news is iOS 7.
The look of iOS 7 may grab you or not. But once the fuss about the visuals dies down, something even more important comes into focus: the work that’s been done on making iOS better. The longer you spend with the new OS, the more you’re grateful for the fixing and de-annoyifying on display.
For example, you no longer have to burrow into infinitely nested Settings screens to adjust your control panels. Now you can just speak what you want, using Siri: “Open Wi-Fi settings,” for example, or “Open brightness settings.”