Apple makes many great products - one being the iPhone. Many have focused on making the usability of the phone as simple as possible so that a 3 year old can use it.
With the new iOS and notification system I have designed the Wi-Fi notification bar. This breaks the annoyance of having Wi-Fi alerts pop ups when you are in the middle of something such as a game or typing. There have been countless times where I have personally been using my iPhone and iOS will automatically pop-up the Wi-Fi screen without my wanting. It's is something that pops up quick enough that when you are in the middle of doing something - chances are you will accidentally hit a Wi-FI network and connect to it - this can be quite a pain.
Here's my attempt at giving back to Apple with this usability suggestion.
And if there are any super creative jailbreak coders out there that want to take a crack at coding this for the iPhone as a tweak - that would be awesome!
Comments and suggestions always welcome!
I'm super interested to see REBOUNDS! Not only of the usability of the iPhone, but for devices such as android, WP8 as well.
Mentions go out to @MVBen @Sacha Greif and @Floris Voorveld as their dribbble work is shown in this as well.
over 1 year ago
Agreed, that wifi network dialog is super annoying!
+2... it's so annoying. Especially when you come into the same place (like say, my work building) and have to ignore the same wireless networks every time you whip your phone out. I wish there was a blacklist for them.
Just turn 'ask to join network' off
@Dave Cooper - I thought about that - but I want to know the newest networks available all the time - just don't want to accidentally connect to half of them.
I like your implementation suggestion - guess the setting is just a matter of opinion. For me, "off" works best.
For me, about that "turn off" feature would work better if it works just exactly with Cydia. You can just swipe down your finger and ta-dãm, the button to turn it off is right there.
Yeah!!! Agreed!!! Great idea)
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