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Slide to Teleport - slide to TELEphone... just seems like some sci-fi inside... FWIK, in The Fly by
Cronenberg, Veronica has a sarcastic comment along those lines when she sees the telepods for the first time : "Oh great, designer's phone booth!"
Slide to Self Destruct - well I guess the guy feels like dying every time he has to turn is iPhone off... Can't never love Apple enough!
Original sliders in a classical way...
- 08-12-2012, 12:07 AM #61
The lockscreen is boring, but it's fine the way it is. Constantly pushing data to widgets kills battery life, so until iPhone goes Galaxy Note size, it's fine. When I had my phone jailbroken, I had intelliscreen, after the novelty wore off, I uninstalled it. One day I realized, hell, I don't even have widgets on my MBP, why bother sticking 'em on my iPhone.
- 08-12-2012, 03:18 AM #62iMore Intermediate
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I only use the lock screen to quickly see the time (if I forget to put my watch on), and to see if there is any notifications I've missed. If I need anymore I unlock the iPhone and access whatever I need.
If you want more info etc on the lock screen you can always jailbreak.
No offence at Android here but when I see some of their lock screens, I find then really cluttered, but each to their own, that's why there is a choice in Smartphones
- 11-19-2012, 05:11 AM #63
Re: iPhone lockscreen's becoming boring?
I'm also bored with the lock screen. And there ain't any cool lock screens available as well to use after jailbreak. After the release of The Amazing Spider Man and the way Peter Parker unlocks the door of one of the Os-corps Biological lab while sneaking out with that cool lock, I was hoping the developers would come with something like that. But it seems that it came only for android.... viz., Burst Lock.
- 11-19-2012, 01:04 PM #64