Check out Camera Slider’s cool bounce effect in iOS 7

We continue to discover some pretty cool effects in iOS 7.

Currently, when you try tap on the Camera grabber icon on the Lock screen, it bounces up to indicate to the user that you need to swipe up to access the Camera app.

Apple has taken things to the next level in iOS 7. In iOS 7, the camera slider obeys the laws of gravity. In fact, if you slide it to the top and bounce it, the camera slider bounces back and gives you access to the Camera app.

Watch the video below to see how it works:

It’s gimmicky, but very cool. Let us know what you think in the comments.

Via reddit

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  • Me

    Meh

  • Helios

    cool, love it!

  • m Arch Tom’s on Bar N Ass

    was already present in iOS 6. marc

    • Matthew Black

      It isn’t.

  • Saransh Singhal

    No it was not….

  • Andrew

    Kinda cool. Serves no purpose as far as I’m concerned tho.

  • VeganMatt

    It is cool. As far as functionality goes it serves no purpose but Apple is known for being cool and well, this is well cool.

    Love each other. It’s all we have at the end of it.

  • Guest

    QUOTE:
    Currently, when you try tap on the Camera grabber icon on the Lock screen, it bounces up to indicate to the user that you need to swipe up to access the Camera app.

    comment:
    it is present in iOS 6. marc

  • m Arch Tom’s on Bar N Ass

    Saransh Singhal

    QUOTE:
    Currently, when you try tap on the Camera grabber icon on the Lock screen, it bounces up to indicate to the user that you need to swipe up to access the Camera app.

    Comment:
    present in iOS 6. marc

  • Charles

    I like it, as a touch of fun to the OS

  • Metro

    Skeumorph!!! digital things no need to obey or simulate real world things

  • windows

    Windows phone lock screen !!!

  • Park Ji-hoon

    yeah… this new feature is a decade old, 1 line of code in as2 and as3 with the native tween class, though like most things the attraction is the use of the tech not the tech itself. and it does look kind of cool