I came across this picture about had a good laugh! It’s so true. All my young cousins – aged 8 onwards are wifi obsessed!
The new iOS is out to developers for now, but its out nonetheless. My husband was glued to the announcement yesterday. So much so, that he sat in a different room from me, in full concentration! I must admit, Apple really knows how to simplify solutions whilst making an interface sophisticated. It’s pretty brilliant if you ask me 🙂
What I like about it:
- It looks pretty! (Aesthetics are just important)
- Simple to use new functions. Such as: You can adjust the brightness of the phone from anywhere. Similarly, wireless can be switched on and off at ease. This would be a really convenient feature for me when I’m traveling and leeching of free wifi from McDonalds!
- Multitasking in Apps made easier. I’m not good at multitasking haha!
I don’t have it yet on my phone though. My husband does and he keeps showing it off. I guess there are perks being a member of the Apple Developer Program. He gets all the geeky stuff first 😉 He takes a lot of pride in it too!!
On a sidetrack, I’m getting better at DOTS! Yaey!
I was playing it on the tube today. Fortunately, I managed to get a seat (just one way though!) On the way back, I was squashed with the crowd which made it hard to play, let alone breathe. DOT DOT DOT.
- Here’s What All The New iOS 7 Icons Look Like Compared To iOS 6 Icons (cultofmac.com)
- What does iOS 7 mean for the future of Android? (pocketnow.com)
- Watch iOS 7 In Action In These Incredible Videos Of Every Major New Feature (cultofmac.com)
- Apple iOS in the Car Takes Siri to Go (rumors.automobilemag.com)
- iOS 7: Multitasking (idownloadblog.com)
- Apple iOS 7, Full Details (geeky-gadgets.com)
I wanted to write my Technology Tuesdays this week but my iMac froze on me. That made me think how dependant we are on gadgets. We expect them to work all the time – and when they don’t – a wave of frustration comes over us. I could have written a post to upload later from my iPad or iPhone – but I was simply too annoyed.
I got over the annoyance in a day. The next day another technology mishap was waiting to happen. Yesterday I was out at Westfield with a friend and realised I forgot my phone at home. I realised when I reached the tube station – before meeting her. I stood there paralysed for a minute. How do I contact her? How do I ask my husband to pick me up from the station in the evening? How will he gauge the time? I was stressed.
I regained my composure and used a public pay-phone. To my surprise, they are hard to find and the price reflects the fact that they take advantage of people’s desperation. 60p as a starting rate is a joke in my opinion. Funnily enough, the credit expired after a second of me getting through.
Fortunately, I brought my iPad mini along in my handbag and upon reaching Westfield made full use of the free wi-fi. THANK YOU WESTFIELD! 🙂 I iMessaged my way into successfully meeting up with my friend and contacting my husband too.
Sadly, Wifi saved my day. We depend on technology more than we know. I’m questioning the effects of technology on my everyday life. Certainly, it makes life easier. Yet, the absence of it paralyses us in a way it would not if we weren’t so dependant on it.