Or label the damned things.
But no, they fundamentally changed how an important UI widget worked with no obvious indication that anything is different.
Is really HN so hostile to statements critical of anything Apple does that you actually need to create a throwaway for it?
To me, that seems a bit extreme.
Edit: Not so throwaway after all then. Didn't consider checking.
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This meant they got a reputation for building easy-to-use tools.
This meant they got a reputation for building things for people who want their stuff to just work.
This meant that they believed their role should be to remove things that are ugly or powerful, hiding features.
This means that they're no longer building easy-to-use tools. You don't know what your phone is going to do any more. You can't predict if wifi is off or not. There's two ways to turn wifi off, one of them doesn't work. One of them allegedly works. There's no way to know this without reading documentation or relying on word of mouth.
There's a good reason to want wifi to only be pseudo-off, but there's other ways they could have implemented this feature that would have been empowering. They opted for this one not because it's the right option, but because they've given up on the spirit that made them great in the first place.
RTFM. It's the new motto of the Apple apologist. Soon we'll be saying "next year will be the year of Apple on the desktop".