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Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by kmj2318, Jun 9, 2015.
Is it just for looks or does it work differently? Also, are the contact shortcuts still there?
Looks more modern ? I don't know, but I do know that I'm tired of double clicking my home button to access this screen though
Pretty much to look pretty. It's functionality use is only on the Air 2.
Anyone have a pic?
The Contacts "Favorites" are nowhere to be found. The "Recents" now appear on the Search screen.
One thing I'm excited for is the addition of command tab with Bluetooth keyboards.
Still no "close all apps" button.
Hm, I just tried that and it didn't do anything. Is it supposed to open the usual app switcher?
I have a feeling that something big is coming. Apple doesn't change things like that an leave a ton of space (on the right side) for no reason.
because it isn't necessary.
It's annoying to get used to because it jumps around in basically the opposite direction lol. I can see what they're doing with it though.
Would be helpful though.
in what way? there's no reason to "close" those apps because they're just screenshots of apps that are suspended in the background anyway. having a button to clear them all would only encourage bad user habits that would be detrimental to the iOS user experience.
But y did they move from scrolling left to scrolling right??? They made it untraditional ... And I don't like the feeli since it should have been the other way round
You're not supposed to do that. Seriously, it's been 5 years since iOS 4 (that brought multitasking) and people still don't know you shouldn't close the damn apps because that way you'll waste more battery.
This is the first I'm hearing about this.
From what I could tell it's for multitasking.
What he meant was alt-tab to switch apps like on Mac or even Windows.
Hmm, at my end Option-Tab just inserts a tab character (as does Shift-Tab). Command-Tab does nothing.
I, for one, don't need it. Since the apps there don't actually run in the background on iOS, I just leave them alone. I've definitely surprised a few people with the amount of "open" apps in my app switcher
Yes, really. Why is that so hard to understand?
Because it's be well documented for a long time. Not picking holes just genuinely surprised this is still unknown