Friday, October 4, 2013

What's up with the iOS7 iPad Music Player?

Last night after several days following my iPad's update to iOS 7.02(11A501), I thought I might enjoy some music so I loaded up
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emergency_Broadcast_Network
EBN's Telecommunication Breakdown. The tracks were SHUFFLED out of their original order. I tapped on the Shuffle icon a few times to see if the order would fix itself, but it didn't.

There's no column header sorting option either. If you want your songs in order you have to create a new playlist and then carefully select the tracks in order when you load the playlist because once you have your tracks loaded and view your playlist, you no longer see the column containing the track number. You must go by memory to re-order the songs properly or actually write down with a pen and paper, the corresponding names and number in proper order.

EBN's Telecommunication Breakdown has twenty tracks. I was laying in bed trying to fall asleep, not sitting up at a desk focusing my posture and attention to the task. I have no idea who originally wrote the code for the new music player so I went to the Apple Support Community to vent. I suggested the coder resign.
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