おかしなところで因果は巡る, iOS 7にWindowsのブルースクリーンの亡霊が | TechCrunch Japan
Lifting the lid on the iOS 7 UIPicker | Itty Bitty Labs
こうしてみると iOS 7 のバックグラウンドの見にくさは一目瞭然だ・・・
The inset tap area causes real problems when the picker is placed inline within a UITableView. It’s the same old ‘scroll views within scroll views’ conundrum developers have been struggling with since the dawn of graphical user interfaces, but made worse because you can easily miss the tap area within the control’s bounds and end up inadvertently scrolling the whole UITableView.
iOS 7 の UI が分かりにくいワケ | maclalala2
Lifting the Lid on the iOS 7 UIPicker | John Gruber
Intersection: Updating to iOS 7 | YouTube
近々登場の彼の iOS 7 レビューを期待！
素晴らしいパワーを秘めた iOS 7 | maclalala2
iOS 7 Accessibility Improvements for Switch Users | John Gruber
Christopher Hills explains the news-to-me accessibility improvements in iOS 7 for users of switches (like this one, from Tecla).
Tecla | Komodo OpenLab
Police in New York Really Want You to Download iOS 7 | AllThingsD
New York City’s Police Department is looking to cut back crime by informing iPhone-owning residents that they should update their devices to the latest version of iOS in order to obtain new security features designed to thwart potential thieves.
For five years, researchers have toiled over an obscure bit of fundamental internet infrastructure that promises to make the connections to our mobile devices faster and more reliable than ever, and if you’ve already downloaded Apple’s iOS 7 to your iPhone or iPad, you could be using it already.
It’s called multi-path TCP, and here’s why it matters and how it works: At present, if your phone or tablet is connected to Wi-Fi and a cellular network at the same time, it can only use one or the other connection to transmit data. But what if your Wi-Fi connection or your 3G connection drops? Whatever data was being transmitted—data for an app, a webpage, an iMessage—will fail to arrive, and you have to try again, usually after getting a frustrating error message or a blank page. Just as importantly, if one of your connections to the internet slows down, or speeds up, your phone has no ability to use its other connections to its advantage, leading to a poorer and slower experience overall.
Makes sense: the pipe shouldn’t matter, the connection should.