In iOS6, seeing what your appointments are like was at a glance easy. iOS 7 removes this and strips the readability over ‘style’.
iOS 6 Notification centre grouped calendar items in a list in iOS 6. In iOS 7, you have to scroll up and down just to get an overview of your day. This is a misuse of space. Apple seem to like nothing but wasting the screen with white space you have to scroll though. There seems to be a theme that iOS 7 is hard to read unless you scroll in every app. I’m scrolling so much in every app that i’ve worn away my gorilla glass. It gets worse
iOS 6 Calendar App had the MONTH you could look at with a PREVIEW at the bottom whilst still allowing you to see the month ahead…. AND it had coloured DOTS you which indicated which colour calendar was attached to each appointment.
iOS 7 removes all of this readability. ZERO information. Nothing but the date and an uncoloured dot. You can see the date from the fcking lock screen. Calendar app shows nothing more. Why did Apple remove this functionality? Also each DOT had a COLOR to represent each calendar. Again, something that has now vanished
There is ‘agenda view’ but unfortunately you can’t see the free days around that or do any planning. It’s just a list of items. That should go back into the notification centre as it was in iOS 6. I’d like to have a month view and a pane below just like iOS6 rather than just a picture of the dates. I have wallpaper for that.
FIX? Bring back dots that are color coded to the calendar and the preview pane. What is more useful. iOS 6 calendar or iOS 7?
Send them this page here http://www.apple.com/feedback/iphone.html
Ok apple, take a look. In iOS See below. I have a a volleyball game in june as of the preview pane. I ALSO have a vollyball game booked in my ios 7 calendar. WHICH DAY IS IT? If you can tell me at at a glance, i’ll give you a million zillion dollars. You can’t cant you?
It’s because iOS 7 is a downgrade in usability and godam stupid. Every single day is a dot so all you’ve given me is a picture of a calendar now with a dot underneath. What happened to your iOS6 design team? Bring back Scott. I don’t care if you didn’t like his shirts, he kicked out good software instead of this fisher price rubbish.