If this is true, wow, that’s crazy. I’m guessing the data is at least a little skewed, especially if you count Kindle as “Android”, and so on. Image from this story.
Major bummer: I just got an “iPhone could not be updated” error message when trying to update/upgrade from iOS 7.0 to 7.0.2. Since that failed, the iPhone now has to be “restored”.
As more of a “note to self” than an exact solution, here’s what I think I did to get the Sencha Touch iOS 7 theme (“Cupertino”) working in my Sencha Touch 2.3 mobile app.
First, I added the Cupertino stylesheet, font, and image stuff to my project’s resources directory:
Next, I added this line to my index.html file:
To kill an app on iOS 7, follow these two simple steps:
1) First, press the Home button twice. (Double-press it.) This changes your iPhone display to something like the following image, showing a list of apps that are running, with your most recent app shown first:
2) Next, select the large image of the app you want to stop/kill, and drag it up and off the screen, as shown in this image:
Cult of Mac reports that iCloud is getting the iOS 7 look and feel treatment.
Icons in iOS 7 Beta 5 show a few more changes, included these. This image shows the icons before (left) and after iOS 7 Beta 5. Source: cultofmac.com
This is a designer's concept of Mac OS X with the iOS 7 look and feel. The other prototypes are at this link. These look fun and clean, but the feature I want most is to have rows and columns with Mac Spaces. #argh