Dear Apple: Thank you for your memo. You invented some tools that let us stop wasting our time on the iPhone, and then gave us a more stupid way to pass the time. But anyway: In general, the iPhone is the perfect piece of hardware. But is this software? Well ... my friends, a little strange. Although Apple released the iOS 12 system at the Apple Global Developers Conference in San Jose on Monday, promising to make your iPhone run faster and less annoying, the iPhone still has many obvious shortcomings.
Here are 5 examples of apparent failures I listed, and iOS 12 doesn't do anything. Should I hold my breath for lucky 13?
1.What happened to the wireless network?
Every morning, I try to log in to the public Wi-Fi system on the subway. This is the case every day. The control center makes it easy to turn Wi-Fi on and off, but that's only half the battle, isn't it? I need to choose a network and join it. When you walk into a hotel and try to get online, you have to unlock your phone and open the settings app. No matter which submenu you are in, you have to return to the Wi-Fi area, wait for it to populate, and finally click to select a network. in the end. Siri can detect that I order the same mocha Frappuccino every morning and take the initiative to help me order a cup, but the iPhone can't give me quick access to the Wi-Fi menu?
2. The general settings are terrible.
Speaking of the settings menu, why is it so badly designed? Each individual application has a sub-menu in the settings menu, but most applications also have settings themselves, which are usually much more useful. However, the replication characteristics. Take the Facebook application as an example. Want to block Facebook notifications? You can do it from the app ’s settings menu or the iPhone ’s main settings app, or from the set notification area, and take you to the same place as the app. Do they all do the same thing? Who Do you know?
The settings menu is divided into sections, but these groupings seem strange to me. Gray bars separate the subsections, but Apple didn't name them-it's too easy. The first big group was obviously the "Internet", but beyond that it would quickly develop into "some unclear reasons why we are linked". "Of course, I want notification and control center to be inseparable." Control. "Is this really common in this case?" At the bottom are the third-party apps you install, but some Apple apps are also limited to There. Like I said, weird.