Was this behavior in place before iOS10? Is there an easier way to edit a Contact when you access a Contact from the iPhone search results? When you swipe down from an iphone's "home" screens (the screens showing the apps) and then type in a Contact's name, you're presented with the option to call or text them, or you can press their name for the Contact info. But, this is a new translucent representation of the Contact's info and it's not the "typical" representation of a Contact which allows you the opportunity to revise the Contact. if you wish to revise or update the info, which is often why I've searched for a contact by pulling down on a iPhone home screen, there's no easy way to edit it right where you're at and instead you're forced to back out of where you're at (action #1), open the phone app (action #2), then contacts (action #3), then re-find the Contact (action #4), then press the Contact, (action #5), then press to edit it (action #6). As usual thanks to Jony Ive ever since iOS7, it's now more cumbersome to do something that was so simple before, now taking 6 actions to do what used to take 1. Am I missing something, or is this just yet another one of genius designer Jony Ive's team making something harder than it used to be just to be different?