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    Anyone upgraded yet?

    How attractive do you find it?

    I upgraded last night, still trying to explore new options
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    Re: iOS11

    G han.. isi iOS11 update ki wajah say hi to Aiman ko apni saas kay samny sharminda hona para... jab woh bechari auto text ka message try kar rahi thi.. jabky study kay waqt do not distrub ka feature on kiya tha...


      Re: iOS11

      Mudassir Azeemi.. jo kay karachi kay londay hian.. ki wajh say hi .. Urdu kay Nastaleeq fonts ko iOS main jagah mili... warna Urdu bechari... Naskh fonts jo kay Arabic kay generica hia kay sahary chal rahi thi...
      ab Urdu ko uskay asal dikhaway kay sath parha jatasta hia....

      Born in Karachi, Pakistan, Mudassir Azeemi did something incredibly remarkable in the field of technology for the Urdu language. He made it visible.
      Not that Urdu wasn’t visible or wasn’t there in various apps and phones – but the shape was wonky. It was Urdu, it read as Urdu but it wasn’t – Urdu. The problem was in the font. Urdu was mostly used in ‘naskh’ or the Arabic script in most phones. Azeemi wrote a letter to Tim Cook explaining this. And brought Nastaleeq, this beautiful font below, to iOS.

      Mudassir’s achievement has made Urdu a sight for sore eyes for Urdu connoisseurs. It is more readable, easier and definitely more palatable than the old fonts that most other apps and operating systems use.
      What made him do this, I asked him.
      “On Steve Jobs’ third death anniversary, Cook sent an email to a lot of tech-related people saying that Jobs created a canvas with which every artist creates their own painting. I emailed him, saying, ‘But where is our brush?’ I got a reply from him within a week.”
      Mudassir Azeemi, a San Francisco based tech-expert who brought Nastaleeq to iOS.

      The letter Mudassir Azeemi wrote to Tim Cook.

      Were you expecting this reply?
      I had written thinking of what Steve Jobs had said once. He had talked about a ‘tradition’ of Silicon Valley where if you ask for help, you will definitely get it. Jobs needed a chip and he asked for it from the CEO of HP and he actually got that chip. So I decided to ask. And I got a reply. I wrote him this letter in 2014 and Nastaleeq is finally here on iOS.
      Why did it take so long for the font to come to iOS?
      It was there since 2015 but in beta version and it was slightly broken as well. It was available to developers since June of this year, but it took time to bring it to the main version.
      Do you plan to bring it to other apps and systems as well?
      I am trying to contact Facebook and Sundar Pichai to do the same for their apps and platforms. I haven’t gotten much of a response but I will keep bugging them until I get one. I am persistent about this. I want Facebook, Whatsapp and Snapchat to fix their apps and people need to understand the problem with the naskh script so that they can come around to fixing it.

      Meet Mudassir Azeemi - The Boy Who Brought Nastaleeq to iOS. - OxGadgets