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Liam Steven

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Oct 9, 2012
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Loaded an un-optimized app but the iOS menu bar was normal. I understand why un-optimized apps look a bit blurry but why is the iOS menu bar scaled up?
 

Nermal

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Dec 7, 2002
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I've had the opposite happen on the home screen - big status bar with normal home screen. The app icons were overlapping the status icons!
 
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ttmrn

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Oct 6, 2014
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Loaded an un-optimized app but the iOS menu bar was normal. I understand why un-optimized apps look a bit blurry but why is the iOS menu bar scaled up?


because if u wanna know..
menu bars aren't "menu bars", they're actually images.
 
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VSMacOne

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Oct 18, 2008
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Loaded an un-optimized app but the iOS menu bar was normal. I understand why un-optimized apps look a bit blurry but why is the iOS menu bar scaled up?

Because in the app view the menu bar is part of the application from what I understand. So the whole thing gets blown up until devs update their apps. And boy does it make a difference!!
 
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seinman

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Jun 15, 2011
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Philadelphia
iOS 8 seems more buggy than the betas...

iOS 8 seems to have a lot of visual bugs.

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