iOS 7.1 Beta 2 iPad Air Review

NeoiPad

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I've made a tiny review





Sorry for my english
 
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quamsi

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Glad to hear they've fixed the safari issue. Not a fan of the jiggly control center. Love your accent. :)
 

mouthster

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Thanks for your review - I am looking forward to iOS 7.1.

This might be obvious by now but do you know if they fixed the glitchy animation when you 5-finger swipe out of an app (equivalent of hittin the home button)?
 

NeoiPad

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Thanks for your review - I am looking forward to iOS 7.1.

This might be obvious by now but do you know if they fixed the glitchy animation when you 5-finger swipe out of an app (equivalent of hittin the home button)?
It has been fixed! :)
 

eggersj

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Thanks fr the review... Oh, and your English is stellar!!

Glad to hear they are working on safari!
 

adamgbiggs

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Glad to see things getting fixed and working much better, thanks for the video review ;-)

Adam.
 

samiznaetekto

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Maybe iOS 7.1 unlocks the second GB of hidden ram. :p
Yeah riiight. But may be it will unlock Compressed Memory - a feature currently exclusive to Mavericks. If you look into Diagnostics logs, the LowMemory logs have some stats for memory compressor. I wonder if this feature was not ready for simultaneous iOS7/Mavericks launch but Apple left it in iOS7 unannounced to gather diagnostic data. It's quite possible that it's the buggy memory compressor that caused all these Safari crashes, tab reloads, and respringing.

Here ya go folks - a new rumor! :D
 

Yahooligan

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Yeah riiight. But may be it will unlock Compressed Memory - a feature currently exclusive to Mavericks. If you look into Diagnostics logs, the LowMemory logs have some stats for memory compressor. I wonder if this feature was not ready for simultaneous iOS7/Mavericks launch but Apple left it in iOS7 unannounced to gather diagnostic data. It's quite possible that it's the buggy memory compressor that caused all these Safari crashes, tab reloads, and respringing.

Here ya go folks - a new rumor! :D
Er, my Air does compressed memory. :confused: You say "unlock" as if it's not there, then say it's there but maybe it's buggy. Which do you mean? :)

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samiznaetekto

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Er, my Air does compressed memory. :confused: You say "unlock" as if it's not there, then say it's there but maybe it's buggy. Which do you mean? :)

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I mean, afaik, Apple never announced compressed memory as a feature of iOS, only of Mavericks. True or false? So, yes, I'm implying that it's already in iOS 7 (maybe only on 64-bit devices, though), just not ready for public announcement.
 
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v0lume4

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Thanks for that! I cannot wait to see more of the under-the-hood improvements in iOS 7.1 when it's released! :D
 
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In your video OP you claim it's impossible to have five tabs open on the ipad air / retina mini without reloading, and yet here I am with an ipad mini 2 + safari + 5 tabs open and no reloading when I flick back and forth. So what exactly has been changed ?

And as others have said your English is great, so don't apologise for it :)
 
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