This is part two in a series that discusses UX and other flaws in iOS. You can find Part 1 here.
In part 1 I discussed what I felt were the top two flaws in iOS today: The lack of user profiles and abysmal application management. In this post, I’ll continue the list.
Executive Summary: DoorBot, a Wi-Fi connected doorbell with video capabilities, is a super interesting concept. But their support is awful, the product buggy, and performs poorly when it works at all. Hold off buying one, or at least read this post to know what to expect.
I’ve been an iPhone user since the iPhone 3G went on sale in Canada. I love my iPhone, but I also love to hate it.
Years ago I started feeling that iOS is showing its age: Features and UX design decisions that were made when the OS and it’s ecosystem were brand new just didn’t make sense anymore.
I wrote down a list of feature requests for iOS in 2011, intending to write a blog post. While I was taking my time (if you can call three year “taking your time”), I watched two major releases of iOS (6, 7) come and go, but not a single item from the original list had been addressed! At this point I no longer consider them feature requests, but rather flaws in iOS. And just what are those flaws? Read on.