Loading off Center

Photo Jun 30, 7 51 28 PMcredittedPP Photo Aug 17, 4 32 54 PMcredittedPP

Anomaly Information
Device: iPhone 4s and iPhone 5
iOS: 7.1 and 7.1.1
Description: The loading circle for a video in an iCloud Shared Photo Stream is not in the center of the video.
Cause: Rotating the device while the video is loading.
Recreate By: Tap the play button on a video in an iCloud Shared Photo Stream and rotate your device sideways while the loading spinner is up. Starting in landscape and rotating to portrait will shift the circle to the upper left and going from portrait to landscape will shift it to the lower left.

Big Arrows

Photo May 29, 11 07 24 AMblurcredittedPP

Anomaly Information
Device: iPhone 4s
iOS: 7.1
Description: The arrows showing which direction to turn along your route extend off the blue line in the maps app.
Cause: Setting a route and then zooming the map out when WiFi and Cellular Data are not available.

Bright Bubble

Photo Jun 11, 5 14 52 PM
Anomaly Information
Device: iPhone 4s
iOS: 7.1, 7.1.1, and 7.1.2
Description: When the screen darkens for the “Delete Note” menu to come up, the viewing bubble remains bright.
Cause: Holding the viewing bubble open when you hit the delete button.
Recreate By: Type a note and then tap “Done” on the upper right. Tap and hold until the viewing bubble comes up and then tap the trash can at the bottom of the screen.

Large Circle

Photo May 28, 11 18 42 AMPhoto Jul 23, 3 45 38 PMcredittedPP
Anomaly Information
Device: iPhone 4s and iPod Touch 5
iOS: 7.0.6, 7.1, 7.1.1, 7.1.2
Description: The spinning wheel showing dictation is loading is larger than normal.
Cause: Dictating text when the cursor is next to a picture in the message.
Recreate By: Use the camera on the lower left of the messages app and add a picture to your message or tap the share button in the photos/camera app and then select “message”. Put your cursor right next to the picture and tap the microphone on the keyboard to dictate text hit done and the loading circle will be larger than normal.
Submitted in part By: Joel Myers