Today, I updated my iPad's iOS. Some new version of iOS 6, it's been out for quite some time, but I only did it today. It said to only fix the message security flaw and better japanese support in some app. Afterwards, I noticed one big change: When browsing photos on the "Photo" app, and choosing to send the photo by email, I no longer get a menu with the "send by email" option. Now a window opens with 9 icons, one of them been the "Mail" button. I dont get how this is "better". For me, a somewhat advanced PC/Mac user, I can adapt to this things. But how the hell is changing "click here to do this" for some freaking simbol suposed to be a better experience? A lot of begginers will not know how to do this, and the iPad is no longer "easy to use" On a sidenote, iOS 7 looks exactly like my Samsung Smartphone wich has a pre-android/iOS Operationl System. It costed like $100 unlocked and it now offers the same Apple experience Back to the main issue, I have a question: -Where do I check online for EVERY SINGLE CHANGE IN A UPDATE for iOS? I dont want to make the same mistake again.