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Federico Viticci
I like this new flat design Apple is using. Very clean. Very Jony Ive all the way through.
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Mat Peterson 6 Feb 13
For such a vital app, it's remarkable how awful the App Store is.
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Steve @ FanimeAA215 6 Feb 13
“We looked at it and thought, ‘how can we strip this down to its most pure, the essence of the product?’. And we decided, beige.”
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Justin Schottlaender 6 Feb 13
It just works. Well, no that’s not entirely true.
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Mike Beasley 6 Feb 13
eh it’s mostly gray with a beige tint. Greige.
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David McLeod 6 Feb 13
don't forget his overuse of the word 'inherent' …he loves the using that word.
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Jacob Penderworth 6 Feb 13
It does it's job so well.
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 Observer Commenter 6 Feb 13
I would trade actual working App Store instead of this empty screen… ;-)
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Ryan Cummins 6 Feb 13
I’ve is going to strip computing devices down to their essence - beige. Ironically he drove the trend away from beige computers.
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Nathan Snelgrove 6 Feb 13
I’m glad it’s not just me having issues.
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Marc Boquet 7 Feb 13
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Adiel 7 Feb 13
App Store is just one hot mess since iOS 6.
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Christian Ellinger 7 Feb 13
I hate when this happens ;(
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Adrian 7 Feb 13
nerd humor. Lol
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Dan 7 Feb 13
iOS 6 dulled out almost all o the shiny chrome. And it does look better, especially with the shadows they’ve added as well.
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Arvind Verma 7 Feb 13
Are you still facing this issue?
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