People are finally beginning to see that just because you “ship” more units, it doesn’t translate into an efficient or profitable sales strategy.
Hidden iOS 7 settings show new features, including hiding pre-installed apps, folders inside folders, and more Leave a comment
I’m getting really eager to see and use the new iOS. It really look promising and fun!
Originally posted on MacDailyNews:
[cfsp key="google_adsense_300x250"]“In addition to the several new user-facing features introduced by Apple for iOS 7, hidden settings inside the new system have revealed that Apple has been testing other new enhancements. Hamza Sood discovered the hidden settings options, and these toggles reveal additional gesture, multitasking, and folders options,” Mark Gurman reports for 9to5 Mac.
“The settings are not readily available to users of the iOS 7 beta, but acces requires some unspecified tweaking,” Gurman reports.
Gurman reports, “In terms of new functionality being tested, the ability to hide pre-installed apps (a feature that many users have been requesting) is present in these settings. The ability to create a new folder inside of a folder is also present.”
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Great ride to C’Ville Wednesday. Started out at 26 degrees and broken Aerostich pants. The zipper pull ended up breaking off after the third repair attempt in Berkeley Springs. I ended up taping the pants with electrical tape!
Too bad the gummint can’t frame big, bad, Apple, Inc. in a mythological conspiracy to raise the price of e-books. Now who will they pick on?
Friday June 14 brings the annual Laurel Highlands BMW Riders Campout at Pioneer Park Campground between Somerset and Donegal, PA. It’s a fabulous event with even more fabulous motorcycle rides and roads.
I’ll be posting information and photos during the event so stay tuned – or better yet, come and visit us!
This winter was endless and this was the first GS/PD ride I was able to take in quite a while. It was on the top of the ridge at Laurel Summit, off RT 271 south of Johnstown. Elevation 2743′
The ride was relatively sloppy but I didn’t dump the bike, so that’s a good thing. Bottom line, any crappy day on a bike is better than any beautiful day in a car. A set of Continental TKC-80 knobbies aired down to about 20lbs of air pressure makes the job a bit easier, too!