Thanks in advance.
Thanks in advance.
My understanding is that some of what the update does is address some vulnerabilities in Safari. Perhaps you might want to install it...and it will certainly stop nagging then.
Apple releases iOS 5.1.1; addresses three Safari vulnerabilities | ZDNet
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You update it
I am curious, just how is the iPad nagging you?
Facts are the first casualty of bad information.
maybe you should just update. it's not that hard!
I,ve update mine, yesterday. I haven't notice any change... This update is made for some buggs. I didn't notice those bugs before update... No changes for me...
The french old geek!
Looks like a jailbreak might be close for 5.1 so probably a good idea not to do this update if you are waiting for it. Mickey330 and f4780y would likely be able to advise whether 5.1.1 will kill any JB possibilities for 5.1.
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Why not just let it update?
Because he/she may want to jailbreak it when it becomes available and the update might prevent the jailbreak from working. At least that's why I'm not doing the update anyways.Originally Posted by Mbspears
There are probably many people who are not upgrading to the new firmware version. I am one of them.
Unfortunately, if you are holding off on upgrading to the new iOS (5.1.1) because you are waiting to see what happens in the jail breaking community, you will have to put up with any notifications, warnings, etc. - you know, nagging!
Just be extra careful and vigilant and don't blindly click on a dialog box. Ensure you read it (both on the iPad and in iTunes). Don't want to "accidentally" upgrade!
And, no, we've not heard whether its safe to move up to iOS 5.1.1. yet. However, just apply the jail breaker's general rule of thumb: Do not upgrade until there is a jail break or until you are told to by a prominent/respected member of the jail break community. We play a waiting game and usually are one firmware iteration behind.