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A toggle might take too much space, and will be unnecessary for people who only uses one language. Should you have a language selector screen instead? And change the text direction base on what language was chosen? Another way I can think of is to change it base on user's current keyboard, but I'm not sure if that's technically doable.
According to Apple's docs on that, you can restrict it to iOS7 just by requiring a feature that needs iOS7. No needs to implement any special UX flow, since the store gives you ability to restrict the download to compatibile devices. ...
Use BrowserStack and test them all. It's the right thing to do. It's a VM environment that you can get for less than the cost of one phone.
It's hard to analyze the full interaction because the clip doesn't show how the selector showed up (did it slide in? load with the page? appear after user clicked on the dropdown control at the top?) Based on the very limited clip: The page locks in the user's attention. The user is focused on the top where you have the Please select control and ...
This isn't necessarily your responsibility. This is Jony Ive's responsibility now. You're using a native element and we can really only assume that the person is somewhat familiar with the device they are using. Do you know if the person performing the task regularly uses an iPhone? Were they testing on an actual iPhone or an emulator? About the only ...
Based off of the clip, I would suggest closing the selector if it is open and the user clicks again. In doing this, it would give your users some kind of visual feedback. This would lead them to explore and see what changes, which would then help them notice the iOS selector at the bottom of the screen.
I will go for something like this: Where navigation is on a top level navigation (to either exit or go to notifications) and a bottom level for item-related actions (like, play, share, hide). If the Notifications are related to an especific item, i will suggest to just post it below the the item description.
Based on the details you provided, i would suggest a tableview with a cell containing a switch that toggles the category or sub category. After a change in the category and sub category update to the main list of products. The concept is similar to the settings page -> cellular data
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