AppleInsider article It’s been a few months since Apple released iOS 7, but it’s finally here.
AppleInsiders has posted a comprehensive list of all the bugs that Apple is fixing for iOS 7 in the next major release of iOS, version 7.1.0.
We’re excited to be a part of Apple’s work on improving the look of iOS 7 on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Here’s what Apple has fixed for iOS, the first major release since iOS 7’s launch.iOS 7.2 introduced a new app icon, a new Apple Watch complication, and a new notification center for iPhone and iPad users.
If you’re new to iOS 7 you might be confused by the icons.
Apple said they are for “the betterment of the user experience.”
The app icons are meant to stand out and show the app’s features, not to give information.
You’ll notice that all the icons are red, but the notifications center is a dark blue.
The app icon has also been changed to be more distinct, with its own name and icon, but we’re not sure why.
This is a new version of iOS that Apple has released, so we don’t know how it will work for you.iOS is one of the best-designed operating systems we’ve ever used, but there are a few major bugs that are making it look pretty ugly.
iOS 7 has been plagued with some weird glitches, which have caused the app icons to look a bit blurry, and they’ve made the notifications icons look like they’ve been stretched out too wide.
We don’t want to spoil the surprise of seeing the new app icons, but you can check out the full list of bugs below.
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