Anonymous, 18 Nov 2014SIMPLE... Apple care about their customers. Eventhough their customers have a 3 yr old phone ... moreEven in updates, apple's strategy seems to be to make money by making them unstable so that customer would be tempted to buy latest model. After IOS 8 update, my ipad air has become unstable. With IOS7, it never crashed. Now, crashes are norm few times a week. Isn't that the purpose of OS updates from apple? Based on my personal experience, that is the only conclusion I can make.
WaBBy500, 18 Nov 2014Dude you speak of 4s getting slow,even iphone 5 is too slow in ios 8. Remember that ios 8 is m... moreI agree with you. After IOS 8 update, my ipad air has become unstable and shuts down on its own few times. I have never faced this issue with Moto G though. Stable updates are more important, than updating a device for the heck of updating.
hope this improves my iPad 3 it's pretty much useless since iOS 8 and I don't like the idea of a new iPad Air just because I can't downgrade to 7
[deleted post]Yes ,apple said that ,but google still hiding lag issues with the help of higher ram.(but still lagging) .poor lagdriod fan .
Apple always gives smooth user experience .
WaBBy500, 18 Nov 2014Dude you speak of 4s getting slow,even iphone 5 is too slow in ios 8. Remember that ios 8 is m... morehttp://www.christianpost.com/n...-bug-129239/
Btw there are very little issues with the 5 and 5s running iOS 8. 5s have no lag the same with the 5.
MasEnha, 18 Nov 2014What U'r definition about poor? Some of my friend which has salary under $500 using iPhone, at... moreYou don't get my point, but nevermind, my post got deleted.
Kawasaki Ninja 250? That silly bike doesn't even deserve the name Ninja, a sportbike wanna-be with upright ridding position, look at Aprillia RS4-125 and Yamaha YZF-R125, they have proper ridding position as sportbikes eventough their engine displacement is so damn small, I know that in some place on earth Kawasaki Ninja 250 is considered as high-end sportbike.
MasEnha, 18 Nov 2014Google put many promises in the Lollipop, soon U'll see it in many devices, no worry. iDevi... moreNo, only recent flagships, nexus and GPE would be updated and those yet to be released with Lollipop out of the box would run Lollipop. The instability of older device is continually patched by apple, cant your read in the this article? And by the way, supported iDevices received full latest version of iOS sans hardware limited feature like NFC mobile payment of Apple Pay, 60fps 1080p, 240fps slomo while everything else is present. Your belief is wrong, ; )
nsfff, 17 Nov 2014hard to see running 4.3.. u know phone called galaxy nexus? researched it before commenting w... moreDude you speak of 4s getting slow,even iphone 5 is too slow in ios 8. Remember that ios 8 is made only keeping iphone 6 in the mind its a gimmick for ifans that they say they will update their 3 year old device but question is how stable are they actually after the update even 5s didn't do well after updating ios 8,though having 64 bit chip
i have the 2012 nexus 7 and the 4s..... ios 8.1.1 performance on 4s is way better than 5.0 on nexus..... this is personal opinion.....FYI apple makes sure that performance is improved .... google has let me down
Dot-WiFi, 18 Nov 2014whats the point apple release new device if old device can perform like new device ? SIMPLE... Apple care about their customers.
Eventhough their customers have a 3 yr old phone but Apple still want to feel their customers that they are not left behind.
Apple care to let the customer experience the smoothness of the new IOS not like Android where other customers left behind stock on the old OS.
There are some android cust who buy a non flagship android phone and its stock to its old OS and they cannot upgrade. Especialy phone that is under ICS, cannot upgrade to the new OS release.
[deleted post]What U'r definition about poor? Some of my friend which has salary under $500 using iPhone, at least iPhone 5/5s. No worry, anybody can have it :)
Even some of us whose the salary under $350 has Kawasaki Ninja 250 with around $5000 price tag.
What's U'r definition?
MasEnha, 18 Nov 2014Exactly, that's the point. So no need to be proud on the new updates unless U'r using latest H... moreNow I realised, most smartphone manufacturers don't allow software downgrade officially.
Dot-WiFi, 18 Nov 2014whats the point apple release new device if old device can perform like new device ? Exactly, that's the point. So no need to be proud on the new updates unless U'r using latest H/W.
Regardless the limitations, all manufacturers tend to push their user to update to the latest product (H/W), not just OS. Somehow OS updates feel like gimmicky. Don't be stupid, we're being fooled.