Two days after the WWDC 2013 keynote I wrote a post about the iOS 7 changes, mostly driven by gut feeling. Now, a week or so later and after constant daily use of iOS 7, I feel I should write a bit more about this.
I used iOS 7 on my second device (iPhone 5) but made sure I use it 90% of time, practically for everything I usually do expect phone calls / SMS (I put data-only card in it).
A few notes, about the NDA, this being early beta and such: I whole-heartedly agree with several others that publicly speaking about beta 1 of iOS 7 is far from inappropriate. This is not mere iteration of the established - this is radical departure, a reset of the whole UX and not only it’s not wrong to discuss it, it should be welcomed by Apple. We are not haters - we are the most passionate advocates of iOS. We care and we want it to flourish and improve. This is not hating, this is caring.
I re-watched the iOS 7 part of the keynote today to make sure I speak about and use screenshots of publicly shown stuff.