It looks like rethinking the Mac’s user interface isn’t the only attention to detail Apple is paying with OS X Yosemite. After toying around with the new version of QuickTime in the latest build of the public beta software, I noticed something quite interesting while using the new feature that allows recording what’s on an iOS 8 device’s screen.
You may have noticed that many iOS screenshots posted on the web and I’d be lying if I said there weren’t a lot of them here at AppAdvice are plagued by messy status bars. Low or no signal strength, incomplete Wi-Fi bars, strange times like 3:57 a.m., and batteries on the brink of dying show that actual humans have taken screenshots with their iPhones and have shared them without cleaning up. How shameful, right?
This just goes to show that Apple is paying great attention to ensure that things are looking top-notch when developers are able to feature video previews of their apps on the App Store come iOS 8.