My Optional Name:
>It’s apparent that a lot of HN readers do not like my work on the basis that they see me as a shameless Apple shill, but it’s a shame the articles get deleted because I like reading the comments. I feel like it keeps me on my toes to read the comments from people who don’t like Daring Fireball.
Hoo boy. He should try reading the comments on his own blog. He'll be so busy keeping on his toes that he just may evolve more toes to keep up the pace.
>When I explained that the animation was pointing to the physical side button, the proverbial light bulb went off.
On. The proverbial light bulb came ON!
12:29 pm — Friday, 29 December 2017
Lol wow this is something. No comments on his own blog but he likes reading comments about his blog.
Anyway, how about adding the words "side button" to the UI. Seems too easy.
2:03 pm — Friday, 29 December 2017
Patrick Henry, the 2nd:
> it’s a shame the articles get deleted because I like reading the comments.
But I thought comments SUCKED?!?!?
6:31 pm — Friday, 29 December 2017
This just highlights how much of basic iOS functionality is goingto be hidden and cut off for most iPhone X users behind Apple's retarded dogma to put features behind undiscoverable gestures.
2:35 am — Saturday, 30 December 2017
Also, re: comments. Maybe Grubs has DFwC installed, for those late lonely nights..
2:36 am — Saturday, 30 December 2017
100% Gruber reads these comments... pretending not to.
5:26 pm — Saturday, 30 December 2017
>100% Gruber reads these comments... pretending not to.
He probably even posts on here.
8:15 am — Sunday, 31 December 2017
> Apple's retarded dogma to put features behind undiscoverable gestures.
A million times this. Hot damn, gestures are a steaming pile of usability mess.
3:07 pm — Sunday, 31 December 2017
How is FaceID totally tactile? It's only partially tactile, which is to say when it doesn't work and you have to enter your passcode like a dweeb.
6:00 am — Tuesday, 2 January 2018
Thanks everyone, for keeping me on my toes!
8:03 pm — Wednesday, 3 January 2018
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