7.1 control center

steven oreally

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Mar 10, 2014
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Is it just me or does the animations of control center lag? The animation when it opens stutters and the brightness slider does lag, like an input lag and stutters like 10 frames per second.

7.0.x was nearly perfect, now its just crap :mad:

(iPhone4S)
 

sammy-boy

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Nov 2, 2013
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Staffordshire, UK
No problems on my 4S or 5 either, pretty smooth so far. The update does seem to have improved performance on both devices in general, including any animations (though got reduce motion turned on on the 4S).
 

Altis

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Sep 10, 2013
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The bounce is way too exaggerated. Even if you slowly pull it up just about to where it settles when fully expanded, then release... it bounces around like you flung it open.

From a company that made fluid motions like that so well for so many years, it's really surprising to see it done so poorly here. Messages and Safari have had excellent physics on their end bumps for ages.
 

steven oreally

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Original poster
Mar 10, 2014
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The bounce is way too exaggerated. Even if you slowly pull it up just about to where it settles when fully expanded, then release... it bounces around like you flung it open.
I agree, it feels 'unnatural' compared to the rest of the system.

BTW:

OTA was the problem.

A clean reset over iTunes fixed the issue. So if others experience this -> use cable and iTunes :)
 

Tar Sniffer

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Apr 11, 2012
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I'm not having any troubles on my 4S. Although, I do find the spring loaded animation to be a little ridiculous in 7.1.
 

Fzang

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Jun 15, 2013
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The bounce effect kind of makes it seem jerky and low fps, on iPhone 5 and rMini.

The momentum scroll on the sliders also stutters.
 

Merode

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Nov 5, 2013
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Warszawa, Poland
I think the bounce is too exaggerated compared to the rest of system but I think I can live with it. :p

On the other hand, Control Center seems less translucent or rather more white on my phone, which I really hate. It was the best looking part of UI before bleaching.

Every other change is for the better and 7.1 is a solid realease in my opinion.
 

TC03

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Aug 17, 2008
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Without unlocking, control center and notification center have a very low FPS.

After unlocking, it's butter smooth.

Everyone, please try control center and notification center while having your phone locked, you'll see the difference.
 

Scott M

macrumors regular
Nov 25, 2009
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Milton Keynes
Without unlocking, control center and notification center have a very low FPS.

After unlocking, it's butter smooth.

Everyone, please try control center and notification center while having your phone locked, you'll see the difference.
Tried it. I am experiencing the same symptoms.
 

jtorrez

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Mar 10, 2014
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iPhone 4

On my iphone 4 it is nice very smooth just a little glitch when you open the spotlight search in which I really dont used it I think apple could change that to something else but other than that its alot more quicker on the messages,I wish it had a little more tweaks to it.
 

Imory

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Feb 2, 2013
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Wonderland
Absolutely.
Right? I thought I was the only one, but they've clearly toned it down.

Also, yes Control Center does appear to drop frames (more choppy) when you use it from the lock screen. Once you unlock it and use it it's fine.

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I think the bounce is too exaggerated compared to the rest of system but I think I can live with it. :p

On the other hand, Control Center seems less translucent or rather more white on my phone, which I really hate. It was the best looking part of UI before bleaching.

Every other change is for the better and 7.1 is a solid realease in my opinion.

Agreed. The translucency in Control Center was a design choice I was actually looking forward to in other areas of the phone. Now it's close to being gone and it doesn't look good at all.