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iOS 7 first impressions: love it or hate it?
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Haven't tried it yet. I find it crazy that it's asking 3.1 GB for the update. D=
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IOS 8 will be out by the time IOS 7 finishes downloading
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I don't know about iPhone language...but I'm planning to get one once my plan is over in a few months

how the hell do you even choose these things?
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downloading right now
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No comment
But seriously, I like some of the changes they did like the new lock screen (Seen in the spoiler tag), but that's just about it.
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And I'm just sitting here waiting for the update.
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FlyinDumpling wrote:

I don't know about iPhone language...but I'm planning to get one once my plan is over in a few months

how the hell do you even choose these things?


After you double press the home button you swipe the app screenshots toward the top of screen to close them Instead of wait for the little x's to appear




I guess it's okay but I don't really like the look of the dock, the blue strip and the flat icons make it look like a kids toy. Though the multipath TCP could be useful if they extend it beyond Siri, seamless switching between Cellular and WiFi data.
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you can close up to 3 apps at a time by using 3 fingers flicking up. It would be nice to flick the home screen up to close them all but Apple doesn't think like I do.



Overall ios 7 is nice. I suspect all the transitions will decrease battery life on my 5. I dont suspect I'll be using all 200 new items introduced. It is quite sad that Apple has to borrow from the jailbreak community. why fight them and just release a phone with no OS.

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I'm an Android user, but I checked out a iOS 6.1.4 iPhone 5 vs iOS 7.0 iPhone 5 and the iOS 6.1.4 iPhone 5 looks a lot better to me. If I were an Apple user, I would keep on using the 6.1.4 version.
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As someone with a developer account, so I have been using it for about 4 months now, it's ok. They changed a lot of the look(thank god) but besides that there are a bunch of new things that needed to be there before.

I feel like they are way behind android now, expecially with the 5S, the specs are way behind anything. They need to step it up! Even worse is the 5C, if someone only has $100 to upgrade, get an iPhone 5, not a 5c for some cheap plastic version of the iPhone 5 in these horrible neon colors. I think Apple is falling apart on the smartphone market. They are about a year behind android in terms of specs. Apple is disappointing me more and more.

Also, Apple isn't as innovative as they once were. Nothing major has been happening. Every update since the iPhone 4 has been the same. When the iPhone 5 came out I instantly upgraded to the new screen, then even that seemed to small, so I got a GS4 just so I can have a 5in screen. Apple needs to make the iPhone at least 5in to be competitive, otherwise I think people will start switching to android even more.
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it is alright not too amazing
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I would enjoy it WAY more if I didn't forgot my iTunes backup password......
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phogan wrote:


FlyinDumpling wrote:

I don't know about iPhone language...but I'm planning to get one once my plan is over in a few months

how the hell do you even choose these things?


After you double press the home button you swipe the app screenshots toward the top of screen to close them Instead of wait for the little x's to appear

I guess it's okay but I don't really like the look of the dock, the blue strip and the flat icons make it look like a kids toy. Though the multipath TCP could be useful if they extend it beyond Siri, seamless switching between Cellular and WiFi data.
Can you say that in English?
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FlyinDumpling wrote:


phogan wrote:


FlyinDumpling wrote:

I don't know about iPhone language...but I'm planning to get one once my plan is over in a few months

how the hell do you even choose these things?


After you double press the home button you swipe the app screenshots toward the top of screen to close them Instead of wait for the little x's to appear

I guess it's okay but I don't really like the look of the dock, the blue strip and the flat icons make it look like a kids toy. Though the multipath TCP could be useful if they extend it beyond Siri, seamless switching between Cellular and WiFi data.
Can you say that in English?


Sure, when you double tap the home button on the iPhone etc to bring up the list of running apps (just as you would before iOS 7) you will be presented with a row of thumbnail sized screenshots of your running apps wtih the app's icon beneath. To close an app just drag the screenshot toward the top of the screen (see image link below).
http://img.wonderhowto.com/img/61/70/63506505991517/0/completely-close-out-running-applications-iphone-ios-7-save-battery.w654.jpg



As for the last part, Multipath TCP is an extension to TCP/IP that allows a device to switch between different networks with out interrupting connections. So if you were streaming something with MPTCP over WiFi and lost signal, MPTCP could seamlessly transition to a cellular data connection without cutting off the stream. The IETF calls it “disruption tolerant” networking.

http://www.networkworld.com/news/2013/091913-ios7-multipath-273995.html
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I actually kind of like it, except when you double click, you can stop your music anymore, or change the brightness, on the ipad
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