This iOS 9 concept video is full of great ideas Apple should seriously consider
When it comes to really good concepts and ideas for iOS' future development, Ralph Theodory is second to none. Brought to you by the man that "ported" the Apple Watch round springboard to iOS 8 before the device is even remotely close to shipping, this iOS 9 concept video explores some seriously cool ideas that we feel are very worthy of Apple's consideration. Some of them make so much sense that we can't help but think they must have been tossed on the table at Cupertino at least a couple of times before they were axed out of the operating system.
Check out the ideas here, and make sure to watch the video below so you can see them in motion. This way, Ralph has made them look very believable!
Displays every change you did in Settings so you undo it without losing yourself in menus.
Access every app and privacy setting with a single swipe down in the switcher.
Close open apps with a single tap, instead of swiping all running apps up.
If Her Siriness doesn't recognize your words, it will ask you to spell it so it can learn it. Apple won't ever implement it, because let's face it, we'll all teach Siri swear words.
Add the round springboard from Apple Watch to the Zoomed and Normal display modes
The new Music App automatically recognizes the song's language and adds it to its language playlist.
Siri shows up every 5 or so songs to ask if you're awake. If you don't respond with a button press or speaking into your ear-phones' mic, Siri will automatically turn off music.
The music player automatically finds the best set of songs and albums that will resonate with the time, weather, movement, and occasions around you.
The Video app feeds your online video addiction with a video feed that combines all streaming apps on your device in one manageable feed.
The Tips app is transformed into Learn, which teaches you everything about using iOS. Google should look into something like this for Android.