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As the others have suggested, there will be a convergence of Mac and iOS UI's and although some desktop elements may make their way to iOS devices, just the opposite will be true for the most part. (Even MS is following the leader.) Here's a shot of my iMac's OS X 10.7 (Lion) desktop:
Icons will be the way of the future...although I'm sure with an app or two folks will be able to modify things to their liking.
nappels said:I hope they include an option to kill all running apps at once. Sometimes it just takes a minute to close all (suspended) running apps.
Nice thread. Hope apple are watching. I do hope they allow page 1 to be customisable with widgets (dare I say it...learn from android). Icon based pages are great but I would love to be able to see my calendar, the weather, liveprofile messages, iPF updates the moment I turn on my device and not have to open each program individually.
Sent from my iPad 2 using iPF
I hope they include an option to kill all running apps at once. Sometimes it just takes a minute to close all (suspended) running apps.
Although it probably won't meet everyone's requirements or expectations it would probably be worthwhile to read up a little more about the iCloud service. I agree with some of what you said, however a number of "facts" in your post are speculation others conjecture and still others are just incorrect.thesoundsmith said:But it seems they are trending the opposite direction. Using iCloud means putting all your music preferences, purchases and all that entails into a hackable, marketable and auditable cyberspace....