17 Ways the iPhone has Changed Since January

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by mrat93, Jun 9, 2007.

  1. mrat93 macrumors 65816

    mrat93

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    http://www.thesimplewebsolution.com/iPhone.html

    Found this originally on Engadget, thought some people would like it. (Pictures are in the link.)

    Sleep mode

    1. Now with bluetooth icon on top right.
    2. Now the Time font in sleep mode is less bold.

    Home screen

    3. Home icons have changed order.
    4. Web home button changed to Safari button.

    iPod

    5. In iPod mode the icons and order have changed With Podcasts added.

    Phone

    6. The incoming call screen include wifi status.

    Photos

    7. Photos screen changed from glossy grey to glossy dark blue (seems like there will be color themes?)
    8. Includes # of picture in album next to name.
    9. Though photo album screen does not include # of photos at the top.

    Mail

    10. Mail screen has changed with top right button from "vertical and horizontal view" button to edit button.
    11. Also includes beginning sentence(s) of message.
    12. Bottom bar now includes the time mail was last updated.
    13. Mail message view screen changed with the sender now above the subject and date sent.
    14. Arrows and # message(s) has changed positions on the top bar.
    15. Arrow back to inbox has included # of unread messages.

    Other

    16. RingTone has changed.
    17. Two screen transitions have changed.

    One thing I noticed in one of the pictures and #5, the iPod menu has gone from "Playlists, Artists, Songs, Videos, More" to "Podcasts, Albums, Playlists, Videos, More". I thought most people would prefer the first one.
     
  2. joeconvert macrumors 6502

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  3. lekun macrumors regular

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    Maybe, but I think it shows WIFI status because if you are on WIFI you can talk on the phone and use the internet. You can't do that if you are on EDGE, so that information is relevant to phone calls.
     

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