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(via Apple rebuffs Facebook criticism, says iOS anti-tracking features are about ’standing up for our users’ - 9to5Mac)
When you get accustomed to a new way of doing something, going back to the old one is always an exercise in friction. Sometimes the new user interaction model is indeed an improvement over the old one. But once the new user interaction model is ingrained in your muscle memory, wanting to apply it even when you’re interacting with an older device, or with a device that still uses the older model, is only natural. But we shouldn’t confuse this naturalness with ‘better design’ — it’s a form of bias.Traditional iPhone vs X-style iPhone interaction models | Riccardo Mori
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