The new ios 7.1 software update gives iPhones, iPads & iPod touches some much needed improvements and some necessary bug fixes. Along with the improvements & changes this update makes the iPhone 4's run smoother.
by Raye 9 years ago
I just downloaded and installed the new HubPages app on my iPad. When I launch the program, I see the HubPages logo name, that fades out and then I get a blank, black screen. And it just stays like that.The listing indicates that it is supposed to work with iPads so if that's not true,...
by NBU project 5 years ago
Do you think the old Iphones (3 and down) were better than the new ones (4 and up)?I know Apple is trying to improve the Iphone and as we can see every year we have this better looking sleeker version of the Iphone with thousands improvements and so on... but do you think the all new Iphones (v.4...
by Edward Zhang 8 years ago
What feature are you looking forward to the most in the new iOS 5 update?The iOS 5 recently released its beta version. Apple has announced a bunch of new features in this exciting new update:http://www.apple.com/ios/ios5/http://www.apple.com/ios/ios5/features.htmlWhat features are you looking...
by climberjames 9 years ago
I installed the new iPhone update iOS 4 to my iPhone 3g yesterday, whilst the new email layout and ability to group apps is great along with subtle home screen changes my iPhone has become slower, has anyone else out there experienced similar effects?
by Col. Duke LaCross (...Okay, maybe I lied) 7 years ago
Do apps update when downloading iOS 6 for the iPod Touch?I want iOS 6, but I don't want to update my application FoxTube (A Youtube video cache) because the app's update prevents me from watching videos offline, pretty much the only thing I use it for.
by Novel Treasure 7 years ago
Is there a way to undo the IOS 6 update on an iphone?Just recently did the IOS 6 update on the iphone. I hate it. Is there a way to revert back to the IOS 5?
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