Check out this iOS 10 concept video which focuses on changes to the command center
posted by Alan F. / Feb 28, 2016, 8:24 PM
With 3D Touch integration, users can lightly tap on a command center toggle to see a list of options that they can choose from. And there also will be the opportunity to select from a Dark Mode option. We should see iOS 10 introduced during WWDC 2016. While Apple has yet to announce a date of the developer conference, speculation has it taking place between June 13th and June 17th. The release of iOS 10 won't take place until next fall.
The next iOS update will bring Apple's mobile OS to iOS 9.3. The new features should include Night Shift. This automatically removes certain shades of blue from the screen of your iOS device once the sun goes down. Research shows that viewing blue before bedtime could make it harder to fall asleep. With iOS 9.3, using 3D Touch on the icon of stock apps will give you quick action choices. And the Notes application in iOS 9.3 will allow you to secure the messages you send to yourself, by using Touch ID or a passcode.
Want to see what the command center could look like on iOS 10 if Sam Beckett has his way? Then all you need to do is click on the video below.
source: SamBeckett via MacRumors
The best continues to get better.
posted on Feb 28, 2016, 8:29 PM 0
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This is a copy of an existing android feature. Touch and hold any of the quick action buttons/shortcuts in the notification tray, and you get taken to the full menu of it. WiFi, Bluetooth, Sound, ETC. Apple just gives you a simple look at a few options. To some that may be a HUGE step forward. But I'd rather get the full menu to do what ever I need. So no, not the best bud. But for you, I guess it did get "better".
posted on Feb 28, 2016, 8:39 PM 22
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You are a DUMBASS!! Apple has copy Android ever since JOBS past deal with it. the vid show 99% of the same thing I can do on my note4 and the Note 2 and the first f**k sam GalaxyS phone phone so shut the f**k up. You are a dumbass. I work at apple when the i phone frist cam out and it did not have a lot of things that Android had when it cam out. So shut up and stay quit NO ONE WANTS TO HEAR YOU SAY ANYTHING
posted on Feb 29, 2016, 4:41 AM 0
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Switching from a "list of icons" happens to be different from the FULL MENU options of the icon selected. When they press on the WiFi, it gives you the option to turn off, or select another WiFi network. Not the FULL MENU where you can edit the network connection. Hope that clarifies what I was trying to say.
posted on Feb 29, 2016, 5:37 AM 2
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Jesus you guys are so fckin childish, if we want to play those games than Mac had quick toggles first and iOS with jailbreak, yes Android was first when it come to mobile first party implementation. So what? Why do you all focus who had it first instead of who has it the best way
posted on Feb 29, 2016, 1:27 AM 3
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Very well said bro. I've always said: I don't care who copies who, or who had what first, just get the features on my devices. Being an avid android and iOS user, I've seen the two platforms copy so much from each other, and both are better because of it. I've always felt android needed to be more iOS like, and iOS needed to be more android like. I see more of that, with each iteration of the platforms. Fanboys and trolls who think inside the box, will never understand what I mean.
posted on Feb 29, 2016, 4:39 AM 1
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95% stolen from Android
posted on Feb 29, 2016, 3:40 AM 0
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Its a fanboy render...lol Not the real thing yet. But they could have dine this long before Force Touch. After all, my device doesnt have a force touch display, yet I can do exactly what was done in the video. In fact, I can even recall using a version of Andorid where I couldnt do this already. Oh and I timed the how long you have to force and hold yoru finger for a menu to appear on the iPhone 6 Plus, liek for the camera app. It took the exact same amount of time, when I hold down a quick toggle on my Android to get to its settimgs screen and it took the same amount of time as the hardware on the iPhone. Which means the hardware doesn't make short-press or long-press any faster. So its nothign more than a gimmick. Can wait until PA post an article with the S7 and the gimmicky force touch. I am not saying it isn't useful. Just saying its as gimmicky as Samsung's Smart Pause for example.
posted on Feb 29, 2016, 2:18 PM 0
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