Looks like notification center on the lock screen is more akin to IntelliscreenX (rather than Lockinfo), since you still have to pull down the notification center. ISX is more customizable and can be kept on the lock screen, but when I saw this on the keynote I immediately thought of ISX.I noticed that Auxo is pretty much going to be replaced with iOS7. Maybe LockInfo as well.
Do you notice any others?
I did notice they brought quick reply to the Mac. Maybe it come to the iPhone in another beta. It's certainly not important and use on an iPhone.No quick reply system . Still a reason to jailbreak. Also, I don't know if you can rearrange/add more toggles to control center. Would like to know this as well.
Good list. I am OK with Apple bor(stealing)rowing tweaks. If I can get all of my tweaks in the stock iOS then I'm all for it. Though Apple really should at least credit the developers they got their ideas from.SBSettings
so far those are off the top of my head the tweaks I KNOW apple Bor(stole)rowed.
Unfortunately, it's only slightly better than the old multitasking model. Let me cite MR's article ( http://www.macrumors.com/2013/06/12/upcoming-ios-7-apis-gaming-improvements-multitasking-support-airdrop-and-more/ ):EDIT: Looks like Backgrounder was sorta adopted. iOS supposedly now keeps your most used apps in memory.
Poo! I read things wrong...Unfortunately, it's only slightly better than the old multitasking model. Let me cite MR's article ( http://www.macrumors.com/2013/06/12/upcoming-ios-7-apis-gaming-improvements-multitasking-support-airdrop-and-more/ ):
"Multitasking and Background Downloads - Apple's new multitasking APIs are designed to allow apps to update and download content in the background at intelligently scheduled times. For example, a Twitter app might incorporate this functionality, downloading new content in the background while the phone is not otherwise in use, staying up to date without unnecessarily draining battery. Push notifications can also initiate content downloads. "
That is, you can in no way except any app to run in the background and, say, continue outputting video to an external TV. Something Backgrounder / Quasar / Background Manager are all capable of as one of the best usages of these tweaks. It's just a somewhat more advanced download support - nothing else. Definitely not the same thing as in Android / Symbian / Windows Mobile or even Windows RT's "snap" mode.
Back to the q of the thread:
- f.lux hasn't been implemented - probably the biggest omission
- the Camera app's additional filter support is still very lame - it in no way can hold a candle to, say, the asbsolutely excellent CameraTweak (HD). Unfortunately, in this regard too iOS is far behind compared to, as of now, more advanced OS'es; for example, WP8, which allows for programmers write any code(!) to be run while in the stock(!) Camera app. Much-much superior to iOS, where, should you want to add, say, location / compass logging, you absolutely must reimplement Camera in its entirety.