Someone get Steve Jobs and Jony Ive on the iPhone, because, Houston, we have a problem. An iPhone/iOS design flaw has been uncovered. And by “design flaw,” we mean something so minute that only the folks at Cupertino would cringe.
Try to not scream, but the little arrow that appears when you open a folder on the iPhone is off-centered by one pixel.
Matt Binkowski found this design flaw and posted it on his blog. He says, “I KNEW that stupid triangle underneath the iPhone’s “folder” icon wasn’t centered!”
Looks like the competition just got some fuel for the advertising fire. Imagine: “Blackberry, a smartphone that has justified arrows.” That’s sure to help sell more phones.
(via Business Insider)