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  Reply # 843949 25-Jun-2013 12:53
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I should add the new beta supports the iPad.



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  Reply # 845478 26-Jun-2013 11:09
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I installed the beta on my iPad last night. I'm not as sold as I was on the iPhone. I instantly liked the iPhone iOS when I started playing. The iPad feels like it's just a straight port of the iPhone UI. Some of the transitions just don't make sense or are ugly. The dock is not nice at all. Control Centre is available in some screens but not others (similarly Notification Centre).

I think it needs a lot of work!

 
 
 
 


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gehenna: I installed the beta on my iPad last night. I'm not as sold as I was on the iPhone. I instantly liked the iPhone iOS when I started playing. The iPad feels like it's just a straight port of the iPhone UI. Some of the transitions just don't make sense or are ugly. The dock is not nice at all. Control Centre is available in some screens but not others (similarly Notification Centre).

I think it needs a lot of work!


I'm totally with you. It just doesn't feel right on the iPad. Will get use to it I suppose. I hope its buggy as its quite slow in some places on an iPad2

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  Reply # 846453 27-Jun-2013 22:00
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Don't forget you are under a confidentiality agreement with Apple when you subscribe to the developer program...

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