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Pfahli Level 1 (80 points)

Yesterday I installed iOS 7, just when it came out. I was really fascinated about it. Everything looked wonderful and totally new, but after a while I thought that something is missing - the blur, that looked so wonderful. First I thought it was a wrong setting, so I checked out the settings, but even after turning on and off the contrast, it only was transparent, but not blurred. Even a reset didn't change anything, so I started searching for the problem.


I found out, that the blur-effect has been removed on beta 5, even if it worked good in beta 4. But why? I'm sure the iPad 3 is capable enough and even if it would have decreased performance, there would have been the option to turn it off in the settings (like on the other devices).


My device is only 14 months old, that's by far not the age to say it is outdated or not capable of something softwareside.


As it seems, I'm not the only one that noticed this, so I wanted to ask, who also noticed that.


And a question to the iPad 2-Users: Do you have the blur-effect? Or do you also have transparency?

iPad (3rd gen) Wi-Fi, iOS 7
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