This is just fucking creepy. Cool, but creepy.
Not that it should overshadow the point Stephen makes, which is that Apple’s development groups aren’t the only ones who has been busting their asses to make iOS 7 a substantial platform change. Almost every significant application from every significant player (and even a plethora of insignificant ones) have already jumped into the new design language with both feet and had apps available on day one that seamlessly (in some cases shamelessly) integrated into the new experience.
On one hand, I no longer have the annoyance of not being able to click the “update all” button.
On the other, McTube has disappeared from the US AppStore (at least, probably the entire AppStore).
The most recent update to McTube removes the ability to cache videos.
Apple & YouTube executives/lawyers seem to forget that the blanket of wireless internet that covers Silicon Valley and mountain view doesn’t extend over the entire globe, and 4G data plans are capped and expensive.