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Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by rockyroad55, Jun 11, 2013.
Well the icons will look super weird but the settings app looks pretty good.
That makes much of the phone useless. But yes the settings screen is better.
Well I didn't suggest using it unless you actually need to invert because of a disability. But it may give users a rough idea of what a darker theme may look like.
The black looks nice then. It's way too much white for me though when it's not inverted.
It would be nice to include a nice pair or themes. One black and one white. As they do with iPhones and iPads. That way users can match their device or contrast it.
That does make a big difference. I like it other than pictures look goofy. It is a bit overly bright as is.
For all of the complaints different people have about the UI - that is my only gripe. The white.
I really do wish there was a way to theme the menus to white OR dark. Maybe Apple will make one eventually, but probably not. White has always been their thing, lol.
Honest question and not trying to be a smart ass or anything, but what disability would this help with?
I actually want to know too. I'm not too sure. I just thought it was a disability reason since it's in the accessibility settings. Perhaps color blindness or those that have an increased sensitivity to light and need darker settings?