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Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by AQ_OC, Nov 14, 2013.
Coming down now...bug fixes and improvements.
I noticed that the update is half the size of the one for my iPhone 5S.
I updated all phones and iPads it will be interesting to see what it corrected other than face time.
Interesting that the iPad update is half the size of the iPhone update. I didn't notice.
This update feels faster to me. Not sure if that is my imagination or not.
I did a full reset on all 5 devices after the update ,. I personally have not had much time to evaluate it in saying that I have had batty issues with the iPad 3 however at the same time this could be a corrupt app out of 190 installed causing the issue. This is NOT unusual as not all apps have been upgraded. I had a user show me an refresh issue with safari on an iPhone 5 and a iPad mini yesterday so it will be interesting if this upgrade fixes it. I have not has that problem at all.
Not only that, the iPhone 5 update is just over 17MB.
At this rate, we'll be on iOS 8 in no time if iOS 7 is short lived like iOS 5 and 6.
Guys - just updated my iPad 2 & wife's iPad Mini to 7.0.4 - no problems; also did a 'Reset' on both devices, which has been my routine - BUT, I'm wondering if this is really necessary, i.e. these updates seem to go through several boot resets and thinking that a hard reset has already been performed? I'll likely continue to do a 'Reset' after these updates but does anyone w/ some more 'in depth' knowledge of these inner workings of the iOS know if this 'last' step is really needed? Thanks - Dave
Actually, I suspect that a restart is enough, and that the restart you make before the update is more likely to help than the one after. Restarting the OS (which also frees up your RAM) should reduce the chance that something will go wrong during the update, possibly corrupting it.
As for the after update restart/reset. Yep, I'm still doing them. It's a combination of not jinxing something that's working for me and the many reports of people who have problems immediately after an update, and that the problem goes away after a reset. Not exactly hard evidence, anecdotal as it is, but a consistent enough trend to suggest it helps.
That said, I think the minor updates like the last few pose a far smaller risk, and reset/restarts are probably just a placebo. But it's small pill, so I'm going to keep swallowing it.
According to their website it only addresses FaceTime and App store regarding in app purchases for an insufficient authorization issue?