So how long before apple sues microsoft for use of the number 8?
Apple's alibi. Blame the devs for copying features from Nokia (camera apps) and others', not us.
Anonymous, 19 Jun 2014Actually this is much more in line with Apple's original philosophy of iPhone being the hub of... moreAnd what you are missing is that this is the same lagging behind marginal improvement.
And still, with all those noew features, you just can't plu-in your iPhone to the PC to access files like with regular USB drive? You need the iTunes? This is innovation?
AnonD-134749, 19 Jun 2014Apple is not following its own principles. I hate this androidification of iOSActually this is much more in line with Apple's original philosophy of iPhone being the hub of a varied ecosphere.
What a lot of bashers never understood is that the iPhone, through its ecosystem, means that one iPhone is never identical to the next. It is unique through its combination of apps, and accessories. This ecosphere is made possible purely because there is the least amount of fragmentation in models.
Now developers will have access to the APIs while Apple maintains its emphasis on security, I can only see the iPhone and iOS platform becoming better than ever.
it's still kinda useless if Apple still doesn't allow third-party camera apps to be launched from the lock screen
Apple is not following its own principles. I hate this androidification of iOS
Good idea. Keep the simple interface for people just want a simple interface but allow developer to design more function for those that needs it.
Until a 3rd party comes up with a functional app at which time Apple will take those settings and features and incorporate it into iOS9.
Good news. It's not a bad phone but the camera controls are a joke, this way people get more possibilities, not every iPhone user is a simpleton.