As with all major changes, iOS 7 has produced a polarizing effect among Apple platform users. On the one hand, a large majority of users have loved and applauded the new design introduced by Jony Ive, however, there is another part of users who are very disenchanted with the aesthetic change of iOS and are seriously considering switching to Android.
Jim Dalrymple, a well-known blogger with very good contacts within Apple, has sent a message to all those who are not convinced by iOS 7. ” Nos preocupéis por iOS 7 “, has been the message that Dalrymple has sent to his readers. Here we see why.
A renowned Apple blogger says iOS 7 is far from finished in terms of design and functionality
The blogger has given a number of reasons why iOS 7 is still far from being finished and that we have yet to see substantial improvements in terms of functionality and design.
First of all Dalrymple points out what we have been saying: ” iOS 7 is far from finished in terms of design and functionality “. Apple’s engineers had a stable version of the system to show at the WWDC, but that doesn’t mean it’s finished.
Secondly, the blogger points out that the released version is only a beta for developers, so it is not something that a normal user should install on their device, indeed, should not even be given the opportunity to download it. For this reason, Dalrymple urges its readers not to consider upgrading to iOS 7 for the time being and to let Apple and the developers do their job.
Therefore, what is asked is a little patience from all those users who have decided to install the iOS 7 beta and are now complaining about the many bugs and the instability of the system. We should not forget that is the first beta , and as such it is still plagued by small errors that Apple must correct until its official release in the fall.
As we can read on iPhoneHacks, we don’t think Apple will add any impressive new features between now and fall, but we will certainly polish up small details of the user interface and the various inconsistencies in the system.
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