The status bar is one of the most essential elements of any iOS device, and it’s still one of Apple’s more controversial features.
In fact, the status bar was one of many changes made in iOS 11 that could potentially make the app experience more “modern” or less familiar.
Apple has been pushing a few changes that could make it more user-friendly for iOS developers, but one of those changes could have a major impact on iOS users, which makes the app status bar a bit of a sore spot for many iOS users.
In iOS 11, Apple introduced a new way to customize the status bars.
Status bars are now rendered in a custom style, with a more modern look and feel than previous iOS versions.
When you open the app, it now has an animated status bar, similar to the one you might see on a TV.
The status bars are animated with a simple fade in effect that looks like a circular gradient, which can be customized to match your iOS screen size.
The animation has the effect of making the status buttons appear bigger and brighter, giving them a “classic” look and making them easier to read and interact with.
The animation also makes them more noticeable, with the bars appearing bigger in certain situations.
But the most notable change in iOS is the new look and animation, which lets you customize the look of the status text and icon, making them more “classic.”
When you launch the app in iOS, the app appears to be on your home screen, with icons for the icons you see on the home screen.
The app then appears to open in a new window, with an app icon, status bar text, and icon background.
The Status Bar, with its animated status bars, is now a modern style in iOS.
It’s the same design that’s been in the iOS 10 version.
When you open up the app on your iOS device in the status menu, it opens in a completely new window.
The main screen is now the app menu, and the status icons are still on the Home screen.
When the status is on your Home screen, the menu is now hidden.
The status bar on your iPhone or iPad looks like this.
When the status icon on your status bar changes color, the current time in the top right corner becomes visible in the upper right corner of the screen.
The same effect happens when you swipe up from the status to open the status dialog, or when you tap on the status status icon.
In addition, you can change the status’s color or change the icon font.
When an icon is moved from one status bar to another, it is shown in a slightly different color.
This can be a good thing, because icons are often used to mark different areas on the screen, like buttons or widgets.
However, the Status Bar on the iPhone or the iPad does not have this option.
The icon used in iOS 10 is the Apple icon.
It looks like the Apple logo, but it’s actually a modern design that doesn’t fit in with the iPhone’s look.
When a status bar’s status changes, the icon on the Status bar becomes transparent.
This makes the status display more visible, and also makes the icon look better in some situations.
The new style for the status indicator on the left and right sides of the StatusBar appears to make it look more “classical.”
Apple has taken the style from Android and converted it to the iOS style, but there are a few subtle differences that are subtle, like the color of the background color.
The change to the status background is noticeable.
The color of background colors are not changed when an icon moves from one side of the device to the other.
This is the same background color that’s used on the “i” icon on all Android devices.
This color is similar to how the iOS version of the icon looks on the iPad, but is slightly different.
In fact, a few different icons and colors can be used in the new iOS version.
For example, the “d” icon is still on a black background, but the iOS icon has a more vibrant yellow background.
It also has a lighter yellow color.
The “s” icon has the new design, but has a black and white background instead of the old yellow background color and black and yellow icons.
The “a” icon’s status icon is slightly darker than the status “b” icon.
The dark background is a subtle change, but not too drastic.
The updated status bar looks better than the iOS 12 version.
The icon has more color and it also has more texture.
The background color is also slightly different, and a few other details are updated as well.
The Status Bar is now fully customizable.
In the statusbar, the left side is still hidden, but you can toggle the status on and off with the left-facing swipe up gesture.
If you open an app, you’ll see the status in a different window, so you don