Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on your iPhone is going to get more cumbersome and overly complicated

Video: For the iPhone X, the price is a whole lot more than the sum of the parts

Remember when Microsoft made radical user interface changes in Windows 8, only to have to make more tweaks and backtracking in response to criticism, causing unnecessary hassles for end users?

Looks like Apple is having a similar problem with iOS.

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With iOS 11, Apple made a change in how the Control Center worked. Buttons that had previously turned off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth now only prevented new connections, keeping the radios switched on so that features such as AirDrop, Personal Hotspot, and Handoff continue to work, and the Apple Watch and Apple…

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