Now that iOS 7 has been around for a while and folks have had a chance to go all in with it, the moonlight phase with some of what it brought might be over. Sure, there's plenty to love in iOS 7 and we've looked at all of that extensively but what about some of the not so great stuff it brought?
When upgrading to a new OS there is always 'good' stuff to be had but some folks don't adapt to change all that well and often times, that leads to some frustrations with things that are new. A nice thread popped up in the iMore Forums recently that asks the simple question - What don't you like about iOS 7? - a lot of the answers are really interesting to read through.
I don't like the fact that it took away the tap to tweet function.
Interstingly enough, the removal of notification centers 'tap to post' functions seem to top most peoples do not like lists and that's one thing that I personally don't like myself. A lot of other folks also dislike how wallpapers are now handled with the whole zooming in on them. iOS users really don't have a ton of customization options so messing with wallpapers was sure to tick some folks off.
The wallpaper zoom BS. I understand why it is the way it is, but I don't like it.
My biggest grip though comes by way of the new iOS 7 calendar and looking through the thread in the forums, seems I'm not alone here. I genuinely hate the new calendar so much that I've since moved on to Fantastical and I have no plans on changing back.
I don't like more than a few of the new icons, but I have gotten used to them.
I would be remiss if I didn't mention the icons. Out of all things that people say they don't like in iOS 7, the icons take the cake and while that might sound like I'm beating the same old, tired drum, it really is the case. Some folks just do not like that icons. Instead of liking them, they just got used to them and for lack of better words, deal with them now.
Again, to be clear, there is a lot to love about iOS 7 but like anything else, you take the good with the bad. Have you got something on your iOS 7 dislike list that might not have been mentioned? If so, hop on into the iMore Forums or drop some comments below.
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