Is it just me or are the UIKit apps completely inconsistent with how the rest of the OS feels and works, and not in a "cool new way"? I feel like the very obvious iOS influences just result in a bad user experience on a computer. Some examples: - You can't seem to be able to right-click anything, even when it would make sense, like the list items in Stocks and Voice Memos (to delete them for instance). Actually, there's a really weird right-click behaviour in Stocks: if you right-click a symbol that's already selected, the highlight indicating that the item is selected disappears (but it remains selected). - There doesn't seem to be any tooltip anywhere, even when hovering a button whose action is not immediately clear, like the button that makes the "Manage Watchlist" view appear in Stock (in the bottom right corner of the left panel). - Speaking of that button... why is it even necessary? I can see it on iOS because of the lack of a cursor, but on macOS, couldn't we simply drag & drop the items in the original list to reorder them, and right-click them (or swipe like in Mail) to remove them? Having to click on a button to make the exact same list appear on top of the other one but with actions next to the items seems extremely counter-productive and awkward to me. - That might be a bug but in Stocks, I couldn't get the "back" or the "share" buttons in the title bar to ever become enabled. - This is nitpicking, but the "Search" input in both Stocks and Voice Memos is different from other apps, it seems larger and the padding around it is awkward. I could go on and on. Basically, I don't recognize the macOS design language that I love and the level of polish that I'm used to from Apple. I'm kinda scared that they have lost their touch; I really hope they don't plan on rebuilding all the apps in that new framework or whatever it is. Anyone else feels that way?