iOS 8 is filled with bugs, apps are crashing, Apple please fix the same at the earliest.
SRM, 24 Sep 2014Using iOS 8 on my 4S, not happy with the performance so far... It lags...Not expected this kin... morei suggest you read the details first it said that for the ip4s below. ios8 is not advisable since it will slow down
for those who didn't update, I suggest to wait untill apple fixes the issues. this update ruined my iPad Mini. home button is not working properly. screen sensitivity is totally out of control..
Using iOS 8 on my 4S, not happy with the performance so far... It lags...Not expected this kind of performance from an apple product. Did not hesitate to update even for once when I saw the update keeping apple's reputation in mind, but regretting now... 7.1.2 was much better..
Don't you see, apple makes you upgrade ios and your older iphone becomes laggy. Better go get that new iphone every year. There is no need to upgrade, unless certain app that you really sant but requires newer ios. Stay with same ios as long as you can
I regret that I upgraded to iOS8 a few days ago. There is a marked difference in performance. Facebook app has been most affected. It drags, comes to a complete stop or flips off. If I knew how to revert back to 7 I'd do it. I would not recommend the change to anyone.
wht, 24 Sep 2014What are you talking about? dont mind him he is just a frustrated android user that do not get an update after 10 months lol
Apple only counts those who leave at least one user review every 5 days.
Google counts everyone who just visits the Play Store (you don't need to install anything, you don't need to leave app reviews), and counts everyone in the last 15 days to include even midly active users.
Do I need to say more? If you want to know the version of devices out there, Google has a much, much much more exact methodology.
I think Apple wants people to buy a new Device since every update they make is a pain on an older device, maybe a marketing strategy.
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2014While 75% of Samsung devices launched less than a year will never get KitKat 4.4.4Those are devices in a different price class.
Anon, 23 Sep 2014And to think only 25% of devices have 4.4 KitKat after how long? A year? I like Android but th... moreThose old devices are mostly doing just fine with an older android version. On the other hand, ios on older devices is a crappy experience. They try to push you to buy a new device. Not by not providing updates but by making your device feel progressively slow and laggy.
Very disappointed version ,,,, unstable,,I wish I can return to IOS 7
Jose, 23 Sep 2014You should always use iTunes, so every time I connect my phone to the PC should automatically ... moreI think you are lying bcause iTunes wouldn't download until you agree with terms of services and etc.Here is not a place to lie.If you lied you should be ashamed.