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Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by jaba123, Oct 23, 2013.
Hi, shall some advice me the new release update of iOS 7 version now some bug fixing shall I.
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I'm trying to figure out whether to apply this latest patch as well. I will give it a week and see what everyone has to say about it.
Well, I suspect that many of us have already done the iOS 7.0.3 update - details from Apple Support quoted below - there are a number of 'important' issues, such as 'bypassing the lock screen passcode' - BTW, I updated my device last night & my wife's Mini this morning - no noticeable problems, but does take a little time and obviously a reboot - good luck! Dave
Thanks, I did see all of that info on the update. I still prefer to wait and be sure there are no problems. I've rushed into updates before, on my phone and ipad, only to regret it later.
I'm updating based on all the changes shown. Once it's done, it's done. After all, there's the iPad Air to help me over any disappointments...
Now I need to find out what I'll get for my iPad 3rd Gen. 64 GB wi-fi , cellular Verizon on eBay.
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I done as I m not in use of ipad as much I did not find any problem. By the way rebooting is to press home and on/off buttons together.
I updated my iPads and iPhones yesterday and haven't seen any problems - I use my iPad 4 for a desktop computer so it gets a lot of work all day. The only real UI change that I have seen is that the fly in/out animations are significantly reduced if you have Reduce Motion enabled - the animations are a subtle fade as opposed to the previous fly in/out animations. I'm quite happy with the update.
Reset/reboot is press and hold Home and Power button at the same time until the Apple logo appears.
My iPad 2 took such a performance hit that I'm searching for a used one with ios 6 to replace it. Yes, I've done all the resets including back to factory state and restore. The update did ok on my iPhone 5 but really screwed my iPad.