I’m going to get it out there. As always, no matter what Apple do, people will complain about the changes they make, and quite frankly, there’s nothing you can do about it. People expected, for some reason, that iOS 11 would undergo a major redesign and yesterday during WWDC, that didn’t happen. There are a few new UI elements in iOS 11 but as a whole, it looks, largely, the same as its predecessor, iOS 10. However, with major updates, Apple always add small changes and tweak things here and there and that’s why I think, when it’s released to the public, iOS 11 is going to be a very good update. I’ve been running iOS 11 beta 1 for 24 hours now and of course the battery life sucks and it feels very sluggish but it’s manageable. In this post I talk about some issues that have remained in iOS for a very long time but thanks to iOS 11, are no longer there.
So we’re less than one month away from WWDC, arguably the biggest event of the year. Apple will show off new versions of iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS and we might even see new hardware this year but in this post I focus on iOS and what I want to see in iOS 11.
I admit this blog is dominated by Apple and Formula 1 posts and that I’ve only managed ONE post about gaming so far. That’s not good enough so here’s another. Officially, Clash Royale is over one year old now (the worldwide launch took place on the 2nd of March) but its one year anniversary update is coming tomorrow and it’s one of the, if not the biggest update the game has ever seen. In this post I talk about what’s to come in the update.
Yesterday, Apple released iOS 10.3 to registered developers and although it doesn’t include many major changes compared to previous X.X releases, there will be a few changes coming to the App Store (some of which are already live if you’re running iOS 10.3 beta 1). In this post I’ll be talking about the changes and why the App Store will be an even better place to discover, review and download apps.