(Touch ID) 'Try again' on lock screen became 'try again' on 7.1

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  1. iloveallgadgets, Mar 12, 2014
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    iloveallgadgets macrumors newbie

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    Is anyone else bothered by this?

    "Enter Passcode" is in the very same place and it's capitalized, "try again" isn't.

    The "try again" message only appears on the 5s for Touch ID.

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  2. allthatjazz macrumors regular

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  3. iloveallgadgets thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Are people not allowed to complain of things they find wrong?
     
  4. allthatjazz macrumors regular

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    What exactly is wrong about it? Aside from the fact that you're "bothered" by it. :confused:
     
  5. Jessica Lares macrumors G3

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    Is "Enter passcode" still with a capital E?

    It makes sense when you think of "slide to unlock" being the way it is.
     
  6. iloveallgadgets thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Yes "Enter Passcode" is written as it is, so "try again" should have the T and A capitalized as it is on the same place. As I said, it used to be that way.
     
  7. bbfc macrumors 68030

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    Seriously!?! Do you have a habit of entering an incorrect pass code??
     
  8. yep-sure macrumors 6502

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    I don't get "Try Again" or "try again", my just remains as "Enter Passcode" and vibrates when I've entered an incorrect code.

    Tried on an iPhone 5 and iPad Mini.
     
  9. enakeprimen macrumors newbie

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    Me too, it remains as "Enter Passcode"
     
  10. n-evo macrumors 65816

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    I haven't slept a minute since 7.1 was released because of that lowercase letter. Thinking of calling in victim support for help.
     
  11. Ann P macrumors 68020

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    'Try again' on lock screen became 'try again' on 7.1


    Try again message is for Touch ID. The other one is strictly entering the wrong passcode.
     
  12. Arran macrumors 68040

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  13. I7guy macrumors G5

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    Stylisticly fits in with: "> slide to unlock", while "Enter Passcode" is a heading on the top of the screen.
     
  14. Arran macrumors 68040

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    Interesting.

    Could it be deliberate? An attempt by Apple to give the security mechanisms a different 'voice', esoteric as it sounds? Def. worth another eyebrow-raise :)
     
  15. mattopotamus macrumors G5

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    I noticed the notification center added "No Missed nofications" and "No notifications."

    Before I think it was just empty and looked much cleaner.
     
  16. I7guy macrumors G5

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    Fits in with the mantra: "don't under communicate, over communicate".
     
  17. Arran macrumors 68040

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    Agreed. It was cleaner before.

    I imagine the 'empty' look had novice iphone users feverently scrolling up and down to see something off-screen. Something that didn't exist.

    Whereas the explicit 'No notifications' tells them to stop looking.
     
  18. MinEderPlayz macrumors 6502a

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    Dammit why do people set 4-digit "pass codes" which are far easier to crack than complex alphanumeric passwords? With Touch ID you don't have to enter the long ones at any time either.
     
  19. mattopotamus macrumors G5

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    I do a 4 digit code b.c if you want to swipe to go to a notification you still have to enter a pin. touchId only can take you to the home screen, not the direct notification.

    Also, I doubt someone would crack my pin before I realized my phone was missing.
     
  20. Tyler23 macrumors 603

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    Yes, it can take you to a direct notification.

    You can swipe the notification, get to the passcode screen, and then put your finger on the home button. Will unlock and will allow you to directly follow the notification.
     
  21. cynics macrumors G3

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    I kind of like the lower case. Not enough to really care all that much though.
     
  22. mattopotamus macrumors G5

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    oh wow, I really did not know that. Thanks!
     
  23. merrickdrfc macrumors 6502

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    I believe it'll be because Apple will be using the same string value for an incorrect attempt to unlock via Touch ID. The lowercase text matches the 'slide to unlock' style on the lock screen, and it'll just be used again on the passcode entry screen
     
  24. iloveallgadgets thread starter macrumors newbie

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    As mentioned, the "try again" message appears when Touch ID didn't properly detect your finger.

    The lowercase letters are off because it is exactly in the same place as "Enter Passcode" which is properly capitalized.
     
  25. GreyOS macrumors 68030

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    Enter passcode capitalised as it's intro text. try again is repetitive subsequent text
     

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