1. rbiro's Avatar
    Outside of iMovie, it feels like no updates have required an update from iOS 5.0 to 5.1.
    Are iOS developers writing version compliant code that conditionally uses 5.1 features or have developers not found 5.1 content to be interesting enough to force an update?
    04-30-2012 01:58 PM
  2. ghostface147's Avatar
    You're right, 5.1 isn't a big update with new features. It's mostly under the hood. There are no major API changes that would warrant a game that requires 5.1. Maybe 5.2.
    04-30-2012 02:39 PM
  3. sherlock's Avatar
    Ho hum, 5 point 1.
    04-30-2012 02:53 PM
  4. Optic Dev's Avatar
    Outside of iMovie, it feels like no updates have required an update from iOS 5.0 to 5.1.
    Are iOS developers writing version compliant code that conditionally uses 5.1 features or have developers not found 5.1 content to be interesting enough to force an update?
    I think that the only reason it was called 5.1 and not 5.0.2, was because of the release of the iPad 3rd Generation.
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    05-04-2012 08:07 AM
  5. sherlock's Avatar
    I think that the only reason it was called 5.1 and not 5.0.2, was because of the release of the iPad 3rd Generation.
    You could be right, it certainly wasn't a bump in features!


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    05-04-2012 08:49 PM
  6. joe_fresh's Avatar
    You could be right, it certainly wasn't a bump in features!


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    I like having camera access on the lock screen, faster especially when you have a 2 year old
    05-05-2012 06:49 AM
  7. tack's Avatar
    Well it gave me hotspot and data problems. Disappointing.
    05-05-2012 03:52 PM
  8. jclisenby's Avatar
    It was just back end changes and updates. There weren't really and API updates or changes to the SDK. It just made things more stable and added some visual changes.
    06-05-2012 01:01 PM
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