Developers running the newly released iOS 6 have just uncovered yet another hidden feature, which enables users to identify the newly installed app waiting for the run. The iOS 6 uses a new labeling system to remind users that the app sitting on the homescreen is waiting for the consideration.
It appears Apple has discovered that individuals usually fail to remember using new apps even after installing it on their handset. If you think that you belong to that interesting group of users who require signs and symbols to bring your attention to the idle sitting newly installed iOS 6 apps then you are going to love the update. Basically, the updated iOS version uses label on the newly installed application’s icons that say its new until you use it once. As soon as you run the app the next time you will find the labels has been removed.
There are tens of ideas available on Cydia that Apple should have used on the new iOS 6, but it is surely the ego problem that is stopping the company from making use of wonderful apps like SBsettings.