that's already in there. it's up to the developer to do it.Same ICONS, Same design. Ability to save Application data separate from full backups.
I could not disagree more. much of these ideas, in my opinion, aren't really needed, just one guys pet peeves. and many have zero case made for why they would be so important that they are a NEED, rather than just a wantiOS 11 needs every single one of these features...
Imessge maybe. But never the message app, which is what it looks like right now. Same for phone app. iPhone is basically a phone. Both would never be merged together completely.the imessages and the cellphone app
This WAS the case in iOS 9. Don't know what the heck Apple think to remove that feature.I wish notifications were grouped and based on the app,
I'd accept a TV app that works and works as well as the Video app - they don't have to bring old back. If there is some link also to the Apple TV then that should be a separate appI just want that horrible TV App gone and Videos App back. I can't stand the TV App
Really? Even with iCloud Photo Library and "Optimize Storage" turned on?Lots of good ideas. I have one main thing I want to see (and I apologize if I missed it skimming through the suggestions above): I want Photos to be handled in the cloud the same way Google does it. No matter how many you have, they don't use your phone's memory (or you can select the total memory they *can* use) and deleting a photo from your phone or other iOS device, does not delete the photo from the cloud or any other iOS device, unless you want it to.
I can't use Photos on iOS because I have tens of thousands of photos (many from my DSLR) and even the thumbnails use too much room on my phone.
I have other problems!Really? Even with iCloud Photo Library and "Optimize Storage" turned on?
I have around 20k photos in my library, and it was running fine on a 32GB phone. I'm not sure how many of the thumbnails it kept local, but really those are so small that it shouldn't be much of an issue: at around 5kb for a thumbnail, storing 100.000 of them takes 0.5 GB. If your phone doesn't have that much available, you have other problems
The Pencil is so large that it would be impractical. Also, the iPad Pro is probably too large to implement 3D Touch, because the taptic engine is so small.More Pro features for the iPad Pro - annotating within apps like safari, mail and so on, also being able to take a note on the screen quickly would be nice (without having to go into an app or even open the home screen using Touch ID)
For iPhone i think Apple Pencil support could be nice (not 100% sure tho) on the bigger screen iPhone only (5.5")
3D Touch on the iPad Pro
Can I just have the iOS Mail app developed so it integrates properly with the GMail API in the same way that almost every 3rd party email app does. Is that too much to ask? Really?
There was a gmail push API that was given by Google back in 2015, but Apple would never use it, because then they're relying on Google's non-standard code.That's basically on Google disabling that some time ago.