iOS 7: An Update or Merely Andrapple
Playing around with iOS 7 as a full blown release today (after fucking with the beta for a few weeks) and I gotta say, it's like they wanted to look and feel like Android, but still haven't let you customize things the way Android allows you to. Granted, this also keeps the device from running off the rails with forced reboots, malware from strange apps downloaded from a marketplace that doesn't do a very good job at policing, and the standard hullabaloo when you're expected to be smarted than your device (but never explicitly told).
Anyone else tried the new shoe?
Yeah, it's alright. I really like the new look; feels much more fresh and modern. Some of the new functionality is very useful, too, like the control centre. The App Store isn't horrifically slow now. Safari feels snappier. Apart from that, I haven't really noticed much. Don't fix what ain't broken, I suppose.
It's an improvement over iOS 6, nuff said. Most apple fans are apple fans because they haven't been over to the other side, that or they just enjoy the simplicity of it. That's my story really, and while iOS 7 isn't completely different, it is an overhaul improvement over the previous operating system. Personally, I like everything about it.