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Members of Apple community criticize the "fundamental error" of 16 front schedules of iPados

via:凤凰网     time:2022/8/21 15:01:55     readed:191

Original title: members of the Apple community severely criticized the 16 front schedules of iPados, there are "fundamental errors": unstable, difficult to use, UI interface failure

IT House News on August 21st, Stage Manager in Apple iPados 16 Beta was severely criticized for the new multi -tasking adaptation and experience of iPad. Some people said that this was a "fundamental mistake". , Even called for Apple to postpone the release and improve the function.

Federico Viticci, the founder and editor -in -chief of MacStors and an outstanding member of the Apple community, summarized his disappointment of his scheduling in front of the iPad earlier this week. Viticci said that the built -in design decision -making decision in front of the stage was "fundamentally wrong." It believes that the function is unstable and difficult to use, and there are user interface failures in the experience.

"If the scheduling in front of the stage is the future of IPADOS for professional users, I hope Apple understands that we can't do it in a hurry. We have been at this time for several years, but it is best to launch in the spring of 2023," Viticci said, and it is recommended that Apple postponed Taiwan to postpone Taiwan. The release of the previous scheduling and re -considered its method.

For the first time, the user is allowed to overlap the window and use an external display on his iPad. However, Apple's implementation of this function is not as clear as some people want.

IPAD enthusiasts have always longed for the company to better use the powerful functions of iPad and multi -tasking potential, and the front -stage scheduling is Apple's response to these appeals. When Apple introduced the M1 Apple Silicon chip into iPad Pro in April 2021, and introduced iPad Air in last fall, a major leap surrounded by iPados and its unable to make full use of the iPad hardware.

The front -stage scheduling design is a IPAD that is only suitable for M1 chip and updated, which makes this function more and more controversial. Apple believes that only the unified memory architecture of the M1 chip originally designed for MAC can support the heavy work required for scheduling in front of the Taiwan.

Craig Federighi, senior vice president of Apple Software Engineering, announced in June WWDC's announcement in front of the stage to schedule: "With the help of technology such as display zoom and virtual memory exchange, we laid the foundation for the huge leap of user experience, which can change the way of user experience. Our us. Pro users can complete work on iPad. "

IT House was informed that the front -stage scheduling was one of the new features of the iPados 16, but it also existed in the Macos 13 Ventura. Although they have the same name and the same basic concepts, the realization of scheduling in front of the stage on iPados 16 and Macos 13 Ventura is very different.

For example, as Viticci pointed out in the early summary of iPados 16, Apple is seeking to reduce the heavy work that Mac users often face, that is, the Mac window that must be perfectly located to create ideal working space. With the front stage of the iPados 16, the system will automatically move the application to keep the main application used in use at the center of the "stage", while other applications are "elegantly moved aside" when other applications are opened.

"The concept behind the scheduling in front of the stage is that the user will get a system that hopes to help maintain the benefits of overlapping windows. At the same time, it provides users who do not like the overlapping window of MACs to reduce some pain behind the window management.

The scheduling in front of the stage is also responsible for automatic attention to "central applications". Users can choose to hide or display the dock column on the left and the recent application. If the Dock column is kept, users will quickly drag the new window into the work area. "

Viticci shared his two feedback reports on the front scheduling of the front of the stage on Twitter, which was still in the test. First of all, he proposed a simple way to move the window from the iPad to an external display, because it cannot be done yet. Another feedback report outlines the working space of how the system "destroys" the application when connecting to an external display.

Regarding the latter report, Apple responded that it "performed as expected", and Viticci said "puzzling". For another suggestion to move the window and space to an external display, Apple said after "carefully considering" the idea that it will not continue to be implemented.

According to the news, unlike the precedent for the past few years, Apple plans to release iPados 16 in October this fall, instead of being launched with iOS 16 in September. The delay released by iPados 16 should give Apple enough time to solve concerns about scheduling around the stage.

Apple is unlikely to remove the scheduling function in front of the stage when the iPados 16 was released, although it can choose to mark it as the beta function until it solves the problem and improves it. Just like the general control in Macos MONTEREY.

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