Deep customization is the new default for apps

If you take a look at the latest iOS update you will see a handful of new opportunities for users to tailor how their device looks and performs. Between UX settings like Dark Mode, more detailed permissions for how you share personal data, and customized shortcuts that allow you to converse with your apps — we’ve reached a point where identical pieces of hardware are fundamentally different than their assembly line counterparts once in the hands of end users.

Link: Deep customization is the new default for apps
via venturebeat.com

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