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    Default Re: Today is the Day!

    Quote Originally Posted by nswenso View Post
    so I'm not sure if I should do it right away or wait to see how it works or whether or not it's buggy
    It seems pretty bug free, but everybody's phone/app configuration isn't the same so nothing it guaranteed.

    If there's no feature in iOS 10 that you've really been waiting for, then it doesn't hurt to wait.

    Apple's servers will be hit pretty hard so if you don't get in right away you may want to wait a couple of days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Daredevil View Post
    Guys, will you update right when it comes out or wait for a week or two? I have an iPhone SE and this is my first ever iPhone with a major iOS update, so I'm not sure if I should do it right away or wait to see how it works or whether or not it's buggy.
    You should be good!
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    Default Re: Today is the Day!

    I am in Philly and I am downloading it now!

    -Rich
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    Default Re: Today is the Day!

    Tried to download immediately. download fast (6 min) and got to the last 10 seconds of install and there was an error that is now causing me to restore back to 9.3.5. This is on my 64 GB iPhone 6S Plus.

    I will have to try this again.....
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    Default Re: Today is the Day!

    Quote Originally Posted by nswenso View Post
    Meh- never HAD to in the past and worked fine without issues, just enjoy it myself.
    Same here. Only had one problem and that was one of the 9.? Updated. iBooks shut down as soon as it opened. I still can remember how I fixed this.
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    Default Re: Today is the Day!

    Quote Originally Posted by nswenso View Post
    Tried to download immediately. download fast (6 min) and got to the last 10 seconds of install and there was an error that is now causing me to restore back to 9.3.5. This is on my 64 GB iPhone 6S Plus.

    I will have to try this again.....
    Same thing happened here. ITunes also still says 9.3.5 is the latest. 64GB iPhone 6S Plus as well.
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    Default Re: Today is the Day!

    Quote Originally Posted by MeasterHD View Post
    If you are updating from lower firmware, you have to do it always as a prevention of lag and errors.
    False.

    All in people's head that one.
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    Default Re: Today is the Day!

    Quote Originally Posted by iPh6ne6 View Post
    False.

    All in people's head that one.
    I've never done resets after updating and everything always works quite smoothly.
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    Default Re: Today is the Day!

    I don't feel like dealing with setting up a new device so I'll probably end up restoring. It's just so much easier.
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