When I change my iPhone's language, this confirmation thingy (Action Sheet) pops up.
As you can see, the cancel button's text is in bold. It seems like that it actually wants you to tap on the cancel button instead of the change language button.
But obviously, The reason why I went into the language section of the Settings app in the first place is to change the language! Not to tap a cancel button!
What could be a reason behind this?
My guess is that the designer wants to remind the user that he/she doesn't have to change the language. The action can be cancelled.
But that sounds kind of stupid, isn't it?
From past experience, I know that when a button is emphasised, it means that it is the recommended action. But in the change language case, this doesn't make sense. Why tapping on cancel is recommended?