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msuman
Jun 12, 2013, 11:28 AM
Hoping for a few more features/changes before the final version is released.

- more customiztion with Control Center (3G, location services, etc.)
- imsg quick reply
- clear all multitasking apps
- music up-next feature like the new iTunes

I had a few more small ideas.

roland.g
Jun 12, 2013, 11:34 AM
Outside of the clear all apps, the others are too big to implement along the way and would have already been there by now.

I for one am hoping to see (as promised for iOS 6), autocorrect/auto capitalization/auto period like on the virtual keyboard for external BT keyboards.

protobiont
Jun 12, 2013, 11:37 AM
Don't hold your breath.

msuman
Jun 12, 2013, 11:37 AM
Outside of the clear all apps, the others are too big to implement along the way and would have already been there by now

Even adding an option to toggle data on/off?

Jlrera
Jun 12, 2013, 11:39 AM
Without a question quick reply, not just with iMessage but with sms as well. That is the sole reason I jailbreak, I really hope they implement it before they release the official version.

bkribbs
Jun 12, 2013, 11:40 AM
I don't get much data monthly, so a data toggle would be awesome. I'll jailbreak for that alone.

jnpy!$4g3cwk
Jun 12, 2013, 11:42 AM
Without a question quick reply, not just with iMessage but with sms as well. That is the sole reason I jailbreak, I really hope they implement it before they release the official version.

Sorry to ask an ignorant question, but, exactly what is it that you mean? It seems to me that messages are already "quick reply" -- as quickly as I can type?

zbarvian
Jun 12, 2013, 11:45 AM
Without a question quick reply, not just with iMessage but with sms as well. That is the sole reason I jailbreak, I really hope they implement it before they release the official version.

This. When I saw them announce this feature in 10.9, I thought it was guaranteed they'd bring to iOS. Seems like a reasonable thing to include before they ship, at the very least by 7.1.

BvizioN
Jun 12, 2013, 11:46 AM
Sorry to ask an ignorant question, but, exactly what is it that you mean? It seems to me that messages are already "quick reply" -- as quickly as I can type?


Something like this.....
Means you don't need to open the message App to reply. Reply directly from the message received.

shadowswan
Jun 12, 2013, 11:51 AM
Surely it takes no less time to tap the message to reply?

Jlrera
Jun 12, 2013, 11:55 AM
Sorry to ask an ignorant question, but, exactly what is it that you mean? It seems to me that messages are already "quick reply" -- as quickly as I can type?

Nah your good man, like what BvizioN said, something similar to Bite or Messages + would be great, not to mention time stamps.

BvizioN
Jun 12, 2013, 11:56 AM
Surely it takes no less time to tap the message to reply?

You have to leave whatever app you are using to reply at the moment. Quick reply would save you from doing that.

JUiCEJamie
Jun 12, 2013, 11:58 AM
- more customiztion with Control Center (3G, location services, etc.)
- imsg quick reply
- clear all multitasking apps
- music up-next feature like the new iTunes


Liking the bottom three. Even liking the top one, but I can't see Apple giving users that much access. - Fingers crossed.

seble
Jun 12, 2013, 12:03 PM
Quick Reply I'm not too bothered about.

For me I would love iOS 7 to have:
- A music app mirroring iTunes 11 (but I know that is very unlikely to happen now)
- An up next feature, if you do nothing to that app, do that please!
- Better icons. Sorry the stock ones mostly suck.
- A wider selection of Live papers, or the app store to allow developers to create and distribute them through the store.
- Easier Ringtone creation


- Option to hold down a message and see its Timestamp and if an SMS has been delivered. It's not too big in the US, but before smartphones here in the UK being alerted if a message was delivered was quite popular with the teens like me.
- Option to control what quick access features are available in 'control centre'
- Ability to get EXIF information on photos right within in the photos app.
- Change that horrible share icon
- Allow me to see what events are in my calendar via dots, like was capable before.


That's it for now...

roland.g
Jun 12, 2013, 12:05 PM
Even adding an option to toggle data on/off?

I'm sure they analyzed what quick settings most people need and will use the most and built the interface to handle that as efficiently and cleanly as possible. However what you are asking may not fit into that paradigm and unfortunately either wasn't really considered or didn't make the cut based on their assessment of the expected need.

gmanist1000
Jun 12, 2013, 12:05 PM
Hoping for a few more features/changes before the final version is released.

- more customiztion with Control Center (3G, location services, etc.)
- imsg quick reply
- clear all multitasking apps
- music up-next feature like the new iTunes

I had a few more small ideas.

Definitely need an option to clear all multitasking apps.

Another one is adding the dots back to calendar so I can see when I have events!

drew0020
Jun 12, 2013, 12:06 PM
Definitely need quick reply. It makes no sense to have to leave the app you are currently in. Im guessing iOS8 though.

CGagnon
Jun 12, 2013, 12:12 PM
Quick Reply I'm not too bothered about.

For me I would love iOS 7 to have:
- An up next feature, if you do nothing to that app, do that please!
- A wider selection of Live papers, or the app store to allow developers to create and distribute them through the store.
- Easier Ringtone creation
- Option to hold down a message and see its Timestamp and if an SMS has been delivered. It's not too big in the US, but before smartphones here in the UK being alerted if a message was delivered was quite popular with the teens like me.
- Option to control what quick access features are available in 'control centre'
- Ability to get EXIF information on photos right within in the photos app.
- Change that horrible share icon
- Allow me to see what events are in my calendar via dots, like was capable before.


These ideas suck. Please never work for Apple

bkribbs
Jun 12, 2013, 12:23 PM
Quick Reply I'm not too bothered about.

For me I would love iOS 7 to have:
- Option to hold down a message and see its Timestamp and if an SMS has been delivered. It's not too big in the US, but before smartphones here in the UK being alerted if a message was delivered was quite popular with the teens like me.
- Option to control what quick access features are available in 'control centre'


That's it for now...

You sure the first one isn't there already?

Second I agree on.

seble
Jun 12, 2013, 12:44 PM
You sure the first one isn't there already?

Second I agree on.

It is for imessage. Not for SMS if you want a 'delivery report' you have to manually type in the code at the beginning of the message. (http://www.thinkjim.com/how-to-get-sms-delivery-reports-on-iphone/)

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These ideas suck. Please never work for Apple

I look forward to hearing your infinitely better ideas.

adam044
Jun 12, 2013, 12:50 PM
I think Apple took one of the most convient things out of the notification center... the share widget. Tap to tweet and tap to post. I really hope they bring this back.

Notification center as a whole right now is a mess I think

dbo43867
Jun 12, 2013, 12:53 PM
A way to take advantage of the iTunes match iRadio no ads feature while still keeping locally stored music on the device.

I have iTunes match for my iPad, but my iPhone is 64gb and I prefer to keep music stored locally on it. I'd still like no ads in iRadio.

BvizioN
Jun 12, 2013, 12:53 PM
I think Apple took one of the most convient things out of the notification center... the share widget. Tap to tweet and tap to post. I really hope they bring this back.

It could be something they are working on through betas! Notification centre seem very unfinished and a bit messy on the first beta.

Patriot24
Jun 12, 2013, 12:58 PM
I have a hypothesis that Quick Reply may make an appearance after all. The notification banners are quite large, which seems like an odd choice given that they don't currently offer any additional functionality. Seems like there is room there for something else that isn't ready...

adam044
Jun 12, 2013, 01:09 PM
I have a hypothesis that Quick Reply may make an appearance after all. The notification banners are quite large, which seems like an odd choice given that they don't currently offer any additional functionality. Seems like there is room there for something else that isn't ready...

I bet my friend $10 they add quick reply to iPhone. They always are talking about making OS X like the iPhone. Mavericks has quick reply iPhone will also get quick reply I would be shocked it if didnt happen

jamesnajera
Jun 12, 2013, 01:26 PM
Another one for adding the dots (or outlines of dots or some type of indication) back to calendar so I can see when I have events during the whole month view (or even year view).

sigamy
Jun 12, 2013, 01:27 PM
"Running mode" or "car mode" for Music player that lets me tap on left or right edge to move track forward/back.
3-4 icon choices for default apps
Ability to change default apps; delete stock apps.
Quick reply
Improved battery life!
Alert types for calendar events (sports, work, errands). Where I can set that a sports event I get a reminder 1 day before and 1 hour before. A work event I get a reminder 15 minutes before, etc.

BvizioN
Jun 12, 2013, 01:27 PM
I bet my friend $10 they add quick reply to iPhone. They always are talking about making OS X like the iPhone. Mavericks has quick reply iPhone will also get quick reply I would be shocked it if didnt happen

I think quick reply is not a minor feature to not be botherd mentioning on WWDC! They would have mention it, at least briefly if they intended to add it on the final release. My guess is they left it for iOS 8 (new message app, contacts app, email app etc)

Patriot24
Jun 12, 2013, 01:33 PM
I think quick reply is not a minor feature to not be botherd mentioning on WWDC! They would have mention it, at least briefly if they intended to add it on the final release. My guess is they left it for iOS 8 (new message app, contacts app, email app etc)

Typically I would agree, but due to the rushed nature of the project and the fact that they typically try to save at least one major feature for the keynote later in the year when they announce hardware to be released with the new iOS, I feel that it could make it.

allistera
Jun 12, 2013, 01:42 PM
Apple could still introduce Quick Reply. Have you seen the size of the free space under text notification box? Larger than before.

BvizioN
Jun 12, 2013, 01:49 PM
Typically I would agree, but due to the rushed nature of the project and the fact that they typically try to save at least one major feature for the keynote later in the year when they announce hardware to be released with the new iOS, I feel that it could make it.

Maybe you are right, but that major feature on the past have been related and exclusive somehow to the latest hardware (Like Siri) But time will tell, the sooner, the better.

fsufan1026
Jun 12, 2013, 01:54 PM
Add the "Add to Calendar" button back to .ics meeting request received by emails

BFG86
Jun 12, 2013, 01:58 PM
I really thought they would've added up next to the music app as well. strange

and another thing I'd like to see instead of the 5 static buttons on the bottom of apps like music and then the more button. make the bottom horizontal scrollable, so you don't need the more menu and can just scroll through various button on the bottom

Big Byte
Jun 12, 2013, 02:02 PM
Quick access to activating/deactivating call forwarding.

Aguirre-Ver
Jun 23, 2013, 04:40 PM
My wish list:

1. Definitely a System-wide Equalizer, but not the crappy presets,
An at least 5 band parametric or so.
2. A call timer that be able to cut the call at X time, for cell plans that include free 5 min calls,or whatever.

sik08amg
Jun 23, 2013, 08:03 PM
Another one for adding the dots (or outlines of dots or some type of indication) back to calendar so I can see when I have events during the whole month view (or even year view).

regarding the dots... The calendar needs to show different color dots corresponding to which calendar you have an event. I think this beta doesn't have the dots due to a glitch, but there needs to be more development in the calendar app for sure.