I wish they would just let f.lux do their thing...
Yeah, F.lux has had a really hard time on iOS, right from the very beginning, only way of getting it was via Cydia or via none app store install.
I love their app and will defo continue to use it on all my devices.
Edit: For anyone that doesn't know what F.lux is here a link to their site - https://justgetflux.com/
With every new release, I keep naïvely hoping to see, "delete stock Apple apps" in the features release.
Night Shift looks cool, though!
Look in Restrictions under General settings. I've found I can "restrict" some apps, which leads to them being gone! Biggest win was removing the Apple Music tab from the Music app. Thanks restrictions!
It bothers me 4 years no real UI rework. Like the current UI is "so perfect"that doesn't need any more changes. In this sense, Android advanced way more and pushed even more foward with a clever language.
I agree iOS is so boooring. It has always look like a mockup or sketch to me.
"Guys we need to mock up CarPlay pretty sharpish...."
"What's the intern doing?"
It is important to keep in mine that only half of the lines btw 8 - 15 will be private on Notes. :)
Look forward to night shift :)
That's nice, but what I want to see is some iPad Pro love. The app switcher is a nightmare to deal with, I don't understand why there's so much space between icons on my homescreen, and those are just two of many issues plaguing the Pro.
The Pencil makes it worth it though.
It is a bit strange they would show protected notes as a feature but then create a UI that clearly lets you read what's beneath the modal alert. It's a great feature, but they probably should have blurred the underlying note.
I think you're perceiving it incorrectly, they aren't showing a locked note. They are showing an unlocked note and showing the UI to lock it (the popup message box).
Aha, I guess I shot from the hip. I see the modal text now. The person is locking a note not revealing it.
I switched over from an old nexus 4 to a 6s. I'm a bit disappointed in how much Apple forces you into their ecosystem.