A lot of the talk I’ve seen online about Clips, the new video app Apple released last week, has been far more surface-level than I’m used to from Apple fans. People seem to think this is an app for taking quick single clips, adding a filter or sticker and posting that to the social app […]
The home screen is certainly more advanced than it was in 2007 in the first iteration of iPhone OS, but it has not grown at the same rate as the rest of the platform. This has caused significant fatigue from some users, especially those in the tech press, and Apple is overdue to make some serious changes to this basic UI.
Here’s my take.
iOS 11 will all but surely be revealed at WWDC in June this year, and I would expect something to change on the lock screen there. So before Apple shows us what we’re getting in iOS 11, I decided to design my own new lock screen for iOS.
What I would love is for all apps to be able to deliver persistent notifications based on location as well. In my epic Android review I mentioned how much I love Google’s location-based notifications.
I made the above video as an attempt to imagine what a new app picker would look like in iOS on the iPad. Most would agree the existing solution is less than ideal and needs work.