By Anton Kovalev. Strangely compelling.
Posts Tagged: ios
From The Verge… More details are emerging about Apple’s forthcoming watch, which is targeted for release this year, according to a Bloomberg report this morning and corroborated by our sources. Bloomberg says the watch project has long been a favorite of Apple design chief Jony Ive, who reportedly ordered “boxes” of Nike sports watches for… Read more »
Since they happen so frequently, often developers fall short of the requirements to describe why there’s actually an update being pushed out. “Bug fixes” is the worst description I see all too regularly. As such, when I saw the below it brought a smile to my face.
Google used to stink at designing their products, but their products are awesome. This video from The Verge really looks at how they changed their design ethos & came up with a common design language that plays up the features of their products in a platform agnostic manner.
Some thoughts on the positive side: – iOS has a lot of work to do. Getting to settings from a quick tap-and-swipe is a huge benefit. – The level of smoothness of this OS running is terrifyingly efficient. – As we see more of the Ubuntu OS, at no point am I confused as to… Read more »
This is an interesting concept video that ultimately probably won’t happen, for several reasons. Primary among those reasons is simply that it’s not obvious. Ok sure, none of this iOS stuff was obvious before 2007, but this is really not obvious. It’s really cool, but I’ve seen a lot of really cool UI tweaks on… Read more »
Chrome is now on iOS as a universal app. Chrome is my favourite browser at the moment, for any platform. But what about the iOS version? Well, at first point of contact anyone who’s used Chrome will be more than familiar. The UI is very similar, and in fact you can sync to Google with… Read more »
Developer Arun Thampi noticed some odd API calls in the iOS/Android social network app “Path”… I noticed that my entire address book (including full names, emails and phone numbers) was being sent as a plist to Path. Now I don’t remember having given permission to Path to access my address book and send its contents… Read more »
I got an email from someone I know asking if I can confirm/deny some rumours surrounding the next iPad, which is hinted to be launched in January for a possible March release. Everything about the launch sounds fine, as it is traditional for Apple to launch products in January and release them a few weeks… Read more »