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Forums: iOS 7 Safari - 'It kinda blows'
Tuesday, October 15, 2013 @ 4:51pm

This week in the MacNN forums, members discuss what they dislike about Safari in iOS 7, while reminiscing about the way things use to be. Administrator "ghporter" spurred a discussion about some of the flaws in iOS 7 when he started a thread commenting on the questionable color scheme in Notes.



In the thread titled "YIKES where'd my disk space go" one Fresh-Faced Recruit started a discussion about ways to manage disk space on a Mac. One very unhappy Fresh-Faced Recruit turned to the forums looking for help with hard drive recovery options after they accidentally deleted everything from their hard drive. While on a quest to find the right Lightning car charger with audio output, "turtle777" turned to the forums looking to see if anyone had any suggestions.

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