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Does Apple need to bring iTunes Radio to the web? [Poll]

Does Apple need to bring iTunes Radio to the web?

Microsoft is the latest music service provider to launch a web version of their player, so does Apple need to follow suit and bring iTunes Radio to the browser? While it may not have yet officially launched beyond the registered developers with access to iOS 7, it's an interesting question to think about. After all, Apple is pretty much the last major player to get into the music streaming game, and as things stand they'll be the only major player without a web app when iTunes Radio does finally launch properly.

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Improved multiple monitor support in OS X Mavericks; who's going to use it? [Poll]

Are you looking forward to improved multiple monitor support in OS X Mavericks?

Multiple monitor support is being improved for OS X Mavericks, but just who is going to make use of it? Currently, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion will allow you to use multiple monitors, but things get ugly when you go full screen on an app and all you get everywhere else is linen. So, Apple is improving on how OS X handles multiple displays with Mavericks.

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Should Apple bring the iOS 7 design language to OS X? [Poll]

Should Apple bring iOS 7's new, clarified, deferential, depth-driven look and feel OS X? For the last few years Apple has worked diligently and deliberately to bring iOS nomenclature and metaphors back to the Mac, and create a more consistent experience between their two platforms. Right now, however, iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks couldn't look further apart.

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Now that there’s iOS in the Car, what are the odds of iOS on the Camera? [Poll]

Should Apple make iOS for Cameras?

Should Apple bring iOS 7 to cameras? At WWDC 2013 Apple announced a new feature called iOS in the Car, which pushes iOS interface and interaction from a connected device to a car's in-dash display. There were a number of companies signed up for the program, so it should see at least some level of sunlight. While this might not be the same type of to-the-metal integration Microsoft Sync or BlackBerry QNX or even embedded Android enjoys, given Apple won't license iOS or start building automobiles or even cameras any time soon, it does offer a possibility...

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What are you most looking forward to in OS X 10.9 Mavericks? [Poll]

What are you most looking forward to in OS X 10.9 Mavericks?

iOS 7 wasn't the only star of the show at WWDC 2013, OS X 10.9 Mavericks was officially announced and released to developers the very same day. During the keynote we saw the numerous new features that would be coming to the new version of OS X, including some until now iOS exclusive apps in Apple Maps and iBooks, and a consumer friendly approach to password management with the new iCloud Keychain. But, we want to hear from you guys; what are you most looking forward to in OS X 10.9 Mavericks?

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Is Control Center a useful addition to iOS? [Poll]

Is Control Center a useful addition to iOS

One of the many new additions to iOS 7 is Control Center. Apple bills it as "quick access to the controls and apps you always seem to need right this second." There's plenty packed in there, too; a series of quick toggles for such things as WiFi and Bluetooth, quick brightness settings, music player controls, AirDrop, AirPlay and quick shortcuts to some of the stock apps and a flashlight. All of this is accessible anywhere within the OS with a simple swipe up from the bottom of the screen, so the quick access part is definitely correct. But, we want to know your thoughts on whether you think Control Center is really a useful addition to iOS?

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What do you think of the iOS 7 homescreen? [Poll]

What do you think of the iOS 7 homescreen?

We got some great feedback from everyone on yesterday's poll on the overall looks of iOS 7, but today we're going to dive a little deeper; the homescreen. One of the most immediately noticeable changes from iOS 6, the iOS 7 homescreen is a point of massive debate. Some love it, others hate it, and a good chunk of folks sit somewhere in the middle undecided. So today, we want to know; what do you think of the iOS 7 homescreen?

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What do you think about the new look for iOS 7? [Poll]

What do you think about the new look for iOS 7?

The iOS 7 announcement at WWDC 2013 left us with a lot to talk about, but the most immediately noticeable difference is the appearance. Since Jony Ive took charge of the design, we had heard countless rumors about all the skeuomorphic elements being stripped out leaving us with a much simpler, flatter design. And that's pretty much what we got -- though if you look carefully at the press shots of Notes and Reminders, there's still a hint of paper in there. It's different, a whole lot different, but we want to know what you think of it.

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What did you think of the WWDC 2013 keynote? [Poll]

What did you think of the WWDC keynote? [Poll]

So, we've emerged the other side of the WWDC 2013 day one keynote, and Apple definitely left us with a lot to take in. There were some things we were expecting, some rumors that turned out to be true, and then there was the Mac Pro. During the two hours, besides the stunning looking Mac Pro sneak peek, Apple unveiled OS X 10.9 Mavericks, refreshed MacBook Air hardware, iOS 7 and iTunes Radio, not counting the countless new features on both operating systems that were talked about and demonstrated.

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What are you most looking forward to from WWDC? [Poll]

What are you most looking forward to from WWDC?

Today, it's go time. It's been such a long time now since Apple hit the stage that excitement is at fever pitch ahead of the WWDC 2013 keynote. From the moment Tim Cook hits the stage, we really don't know exactly what to expect. We know we'll be seeing iOS 7, and we know we'll be seeing OS X 10.9, but aside from that we haven't the first clue exactly what to expect. It's actually pretty exciting!

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