Tuesday, May 28, 2013

iOS 7: 30 Things We Want to See at WWDC 2013

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May 28, 2013
Issue #261
Happy Tuesday!

Are your toes tingling yet? Is your hair standing on end? Can you feel the current of unfiltered Apple hype in the air? We're now under two weeks away from Apple's public unveiling of iOS 7 at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, and if the rampant rumors hold true, our iPhones and iPads are in for a major facelift. Since the Mac|Life team has WWDC on our brains these days, we've put together a list of 30 changes we'd like to see with iOS 7. Check it out at MacLife.com and let us know what you're hoping for, too.

While you're at our site, you can also learn how to add zoom capabilities to QuickTime movies using iMovie,  read our review of the beautiful and informative Sky Guide astronomy app, and much more.


Chris Slate
Editor-In-Chief, Mac|Life

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It's been six years since we first laid eyes on Apple's iconic vision for the smartphone home screen, and after dozens of iterations and imitations, it looks like it's all about to change. With the public unveiling of iOS 7 just around the corner, we thought we'd make a list of all the things that hope to see unveiled at WWDC.
QuickTime Player is great for doing short screen-capture videos when you need only limited editing capabilities, but to do more professional screen captures with screen zooming and other niceties, you'll want to turn to a screen-capture application like Screen Flow or Camtasia for Mac. Alternatively, if you have the time and the editing prowess, you can use iMovie to import your QuickTime recordings and edit them to your liking.

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Not so long ago, armchair astronomy used to involve lugging along stacks of charts and flashlights if you wanted to know the name of a star (aside from notables like Polaris and Betelgeuse). The advent of astronomy apps for iOS devices changed all that for the better, but until now, the best ones have emphasized utility over beauty. That all changes with Sky Guide, which achieves a remarkable balance of both.
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