It’s early days, but it seems that iOS 11 has a big problem when it comes to usability and discoverability of new features.
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The WWDC 2017 keynote gave us the first proper look at the upcoming iOS 11, and it’s clear that Apple has been hard at work adding a whole raft of new features to the platform to help keep up with Android.
Just this slide from the WWDC keynote shows just how much new stuff is going to land with iOS 11.
But anyone who has followed operating system for any time knows that adding more features brings with it problems. Specifically, three problems arise:
- General increase in complexity (more stuff = more complexity)
- Mystery meat navigation…