Hope this time they fix the issue with email client, on my iPhone 5 which has been updated to IOS7, when a email arrives and is deleted or read from a computer or another phone, iPhone deletes or marks as read, the email but still show as 1 unread email.
Sorry for my fellow iphone users but my 5s (3 months old) works perfectly.
I still consider to update iOS 7.1.
I have no complain about iOS7 in my iPhone 5c but I do not deny that it has some slight lag I experience but its just me. this random rebooting issue may true when I notice it in my friend's iPhone 4 but I don't think other iOS7 devices facing it or maybe they are just not lucky :p
I have had 2 android phones in the past 3 years... IOS is way ahead in terms of performance, responsiveness, stability and support with timely updates to IOS. This random reboot issues has probably effected me a total of 55 seconds since IOS 7 came out...
Maybe it won't work , but it has a apple logo and aluminium body.That is enough for crapple fans.
Anonymous, 23 Jan 2014IOS the best in its class.maybe after the update... :D
Since round conner could be patented ,may be they could patent the random rebooting style ,which makes more sense and later sue other = $$$$$$$$$$ profit
Saul, 23 Jan 2014I Really hope that this time the update will make my iphone waterproof ... what ???
I Really hope that this time the update will make my iphone waterproof ...
Apple is at the bottom of the barrel when it comes to them admitting to the flaws in their iphones. Even when they finally do admit issues, they are always downplaying the problem and won't give any actual figures.
Case in point was the issue with the iphone 5s and 5c that had battery drain issues. Apple never did release the actual numbers on how many phones were affected.
Same can be said about ios 7, it's a buggy, half-baked OS that was rushed to market before it was ready. Read the history on ios 7 development and how Apple had to take engineers from the Mac OS dev. team to help on ios 7 before you make a flip remark.
Anonymous, 23 Jan 2014A small problem compared to the multidues experienced by Android owners. At least Apple have w... moreWhat problems are those anyway? Except for HTC i havent had any problems with any Android phone, you know you cant blame the OS for what a criminally insane manufacturer does, thats HTCs problem, not Androids.
My Xperia Z had an occasional random and very minor bug in the SMS messaging app but it never had app crash, never shutdown or rebooted for no reason, never had to clear dalvik cahe or reboot to improve performance, it worked smoothly from day one and every single day for 9 months. The Sony Ericsson Xperias i had before also never hanged or crashed, even my Galaxy Note 2 was fairly stable except from Messaging app but we all know Samsung software, its bloated and halfbaked, again not Androids fault.
None of your Android problems are from your own experience, right? You never even seen hard evidence for any problems have you?
But i see you have a strong wish for Android to be like you wish, maybe it will have random reboot issues one day but sorry to say that would not make iOS random reboots less of an issue.
Anonymous, 23 Jan 2014IOS simply amazing!
Amazingly bad and feature-free...