0.7: Changes in method specificity

in 0.6, the following code is fine:

julia> foo(::AbstractVector{E}, ::NTuple{2, E}) where E = true # A
julia> foo(::AbstractVector{E}, ::NTuple{2, <:Any}) where E = false # B
julia> foo([1, 2], (3, 4))

However, in 0.7 it leads to method ambiguity:

# same functions declared
julia> foo([1, 2], (3, 4))
ERROR: MethodError: foo(::Array{Int64,1}, ::Tuple{Int64,Int64}) is ambiguous. Candidates:
  foo(::AbstractArray{E,1}, ::Tuple{#s1,#s1} where #s1) where E in Main at REPL[22]:1
  foo(::AbstractArray{E,1}, ::Tuple{E,E}) where E in Main at REPL[21]:1
Possible fix, define
  foo(::AbstractArray{E,1}, ::Tuple{#s1,#s1} where #s1<:E)
 [1] top-level scope at none:0

I’m also not sure I get it: the first method (A) seems like it should always be more specific, even if the tuple elements are a subtype of the array elements.