Sunday, May 17, 2015

iOS 9 Feature List Contains Control Center Customization

Before the release of Apple's next mobile operating system for iOS devices check this post with major options of iOS 9 features list that users wish Apple to add to iOS 9 that is widely expected to be launched at next month’s WWDC.

The ability to customize Customize Control Center is the major wished feature that users want to be available in iOS 9.

For many iOS devices users Control Center is one of favorite iOS features. But few implementations user wish to add. They are: the limited number of quick launch app shortcuts and toggles, the lack of ability to customize it. And due to multiple users reports they wish Apple finally addresses these limitations in iOS 9.

Currently, Control Center provides you access to 5 system toggles. They are: AirPlane mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Do Not Disturb and Orientation Lock. It also lets you get quick access to enable the LED flash, which turns your iPhone into a flashlight. It is really handy to get access to all these features from anywhere in iOS without leaving the currently using app. It also has 3 more quick launch shortcuts for the Stop Watch, Calculator and Camera apps.

Except these handy options Apple can make Control Center a lot more useful giving users the ability to customize and extend its functionality. For instance, many iOS devices owners usually use Personal Hotspot and VPN and they would like to access toggles for these from Control Center.

The same applies for quick launch app shortcuts. Some of the users hardly use the Calculator but prefer the PCalc widget instead. So for them it would be nice to be able to launch some of their frequently used apps such as Safari, Tweetbot and Reeder, from the Control Center (rather than having to press the Home button, and so on).

Other users prefer to gain to iOS 9 features list the ability to change the Camera shortcut with that for our favorite Camera app. Additionally, it would be great if user will be able to configure the number of toggles, the order and quick launch shortcuts in Control Center. So instead of static toggles and app shortcuts, users should be able to scroll through them so that we can access more than just 5 toggles or quick launch shortcuts. The ability to order them will let users to configure the device's system based on how often they use them.


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