So have you updated to iOS 6.1? And how it is it?

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  1. Gabriel1

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    The update has resolved the calendar crashing (for me) that has been an issue for many previously.

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  2. Superfandango

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    I've not seen no benefits.
    Backed up and updated via iTunes last night, since then it takes forever to open some websites such as this forum, I'm on satellite broadband, some sites can drag on due to lag/ping, but this is exceptional, my PC and androids are ok, same as usual, I'm also unable to use tversity pro, on chrome and safari its unavailable, reload page comes up, feels like a network problem...
     
  3. Blue92

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    Thanks it's a cut and paste. I can't take credit for it.

    I upgraded anyway. :thumbs:
     
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    It was still helpful for me-so thank you again!! :)
     
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    New ipad user. Update went easy but seemed to automatically turned on the iCloud feature which I'm not interested in using. Can I turn off iCloud? When icloud loaded did it automatically store all my data? Will I lose any data?
     
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    It's helpful to share info, but it would only be fair to cite the originator when you do. Otherwise, it's plagiarism.
     
  7. cruiser111

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    So, ahem, in order to be proper and consistent here, the originator of the original plagiarism warning should have been cited. Mercy sakes! What am I saying?! Now my head hurts.
     
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    Yes-that is important to give credit where due, when referencing information and posting in the future.
     
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    It's not plagiarism, because technically its apples domain. Though I'd argue universal information has no strings attached. Quoting normally assists by tagging the original poster. So with business out of the way, I'll keep the thread by saying is an ad update, and nothing changed on my.machine. Don't use fandango or any of the others at all so it's a space hog in my mind.
     
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    The excerpt came from Cnet:

    Apple releases iOS 6.1 with additional LTE support | Apple - CNET News

    And whether writing is taken from Apple, Cnet or otherwise, not citing is plagiarism.

    All three graphs were lifted directly. That's not "universal" info.
     
    #20 Kaykaykay, Feb 5, 2013
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