1. Tech writer Alexis Madrigal joins us as our new contributor for all things digital to review Apple’s software release of iOS 7:

Of course, it’s not the first time that Apple has updated its phone software. IOS 7 is, logically, the seventh version of the software. But previous revisions to Apple’s mobile operating system nibbled around the edges of a design that they first unveiled in 2007 along with the original iPhone. IOS 7, by contrast, is a complete, post-Steve Jobs overhaul, spearheaded by the company’s head of design, Jonny Ive.To be clear: if you’re an iPhone user, everything — your email, your calendar, your texts, your phone dialer, your photos, your notes — will look and work differently.In reinventing its key software, the real big change — the visionary change — is that the idea of the operating system is radically new.
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    Tech writer Alexis Madrigal joins us as our new contributor for all things digital to review Apple’s software release of iOS 7:

    Of course, it’s not the first time that Apple has updated its phone software. IOS 7 is, logically, the seventh version of the software. But previous revisions to Apple’s mobile operating system nibbled around the edges of a design that they first unveiled in 2007 along with the original iPhone. IOS 7, by contrast, is a complete, post-Steve Jobs overhaul, spearheaded by the company’s head of design, Jonny Ive.

    To be clear: if you’re an iPhone user, everything — your email, your calendar, your texts, your phone dialer, your photos, your notes — will look and work differently.

    In reinventing its key software, the real big change — the visionary change — is that the idea of the operating system is radically new.

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  1. There’s a website called Folklore.org with many stories/pictures/oral histories from the original Mac team. I found it while doing research for our Steve Jobs piece today. If you’re into computing history, it’s worth a visit. 

    There’s a website called Folklore.org with many stories/pictures/oral histories from the original Mac team. I found it while doing research for our Steve Jobs piece today. If you’re into computing history, it’s worth a visit. 

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