1. natasftw's Avatar
    OP. I don't get this whole quick reply thing. Is it such a burden and inconvenience? Damn relax.
    Safe to assume you've never had quick reply?
    10-19-2013 12:08 AM
  2. lui22's Avatar
    I kinda have to agree with you. I know others "arent" having difficulties and such BUT there isnt anything really really Unique about iOS 7 It reminds me a bit like Windows Vista with the whol transparency thing going on. I and as well as the exterier well if your not used to apple skimping over changing the whole exterior of a device every other iteration of the iPhone then you havent very well been paying attention.
    10-19-2013 01:02 AM
  3. nikkisharif's Avatar
    I kinda have to agree with you. I know others "arent" having difficulties and such BUT there isnt anything really really Unique about iOS 7 It reminds me a bit like Windows Vista with the whol transparency thing going on.
    It doesn't have to be unique to be successful...people just have to like it. A lot of these car companies take looks and/or features from other companies and while some may not care for it, others love it. Choices make everything better...To each, their own
    10-19-2013 01:27 AM
  4. lui22's Avatar
    It doesn't have to be unique to be successful...people just have to like it. A lot of these car companies take looks and/or features from other companies and while some may not care for it, others love it. Choices make everything better...To each, their own
    People have to like the IMPLEMENTATION of the features available. People liked vista until they realized it is just the frosted glass and it skewed the vision of people from seeing some of the biggest flaws in the operating system iOS 7 has a ways to go before it hits the stability that 6.1.3 had.
    10-19-2013 01:49 AM
  5. nikkisharif's Avatar
    People have to like the IMPLEMENTATION of the features available. People liked vista until they realized it is just the frosted glass and it skewed the vision of people from seeing some of the biggest flaws in the operating system iOS 7 has a ways to go before it hits the stability that 6.1.3 had.
    Since the problem is only affecting a small group of people, do you ever stop to wonder if the issue is an app that isn't optimized for the faster processor? I had an issue the 1st few days after launch. Every time I used the Delta app, my phone would respring. The app got updated & my phone has had no issues since. Sometimes you have to look outside the box, especially when not everyone is reporting a problem. BTW, I never liked Vista lol
    10-19-2013 03:03 AM
  6. lui22's Avatar
    Since the problem is only affecting a small group of people, do you ever stop to wonder if the issue is an app that isn't optimized for the faster processor? I had an issue the 1st few days after launch. Every time I used the Delta app, my phone would respring. The app got updated & my phone has had no issues since. Sometimes you have to look outside the box, especially when not everyone is reporting a problem. BTW, I never liked Vista lol
    I actually have no idea what we are on about haha but I do see your point but I raise you this. During the keynote it was announced that the device would be capable of running 32 and well as 64 bit apps. What about the 32 bit apps would cause such a hiccup that a 64bit processor couldn't keep up with? And yeah I think only a very minuscule about of people didn't like vista haha
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    10-19-2013 03:06 AM
  7. nikkisharif's Avatar
    I actually have no idea what we are on about haha but I do see your point but I raise you this. During the keynote it was announced that the device would be capable of running 32 and well as 64 bit apps. What about the 32 bit apps would cause such a hiccup that a 64bit processor couldn't keep up with? And yeah I think only a very minuscule about of people didn't like vista haha
    I missed the keynote but that's a valid question! Whatever the issue is, I hope it gets taken care of soon because iOS7 is actually pretty nice. I'm still waiting on my jailbreak but this is a good filler until then
    10-19-2013 03:11 AM
  8. Not Quite Right's Avatar
    I tell you what ... I will trade you straight across my mint Black iPhone 5 that runs as smooth as butter for your Space Gray iPhone 5s with all it's problems, and put you out of your misery.
    nikkisharif and Rocket_Girl like this.
    10-19-2013 04:45 AM
  9. nr2d's Avatar
    I have never had my iP5S crash since I bought it. I had 1 APP crash and the developer says the APP is not 64 bit processor compatible. I have other older APPs that are not updated and they run fine. I woud say that 95% of my APPs have been update to wprk with the 64 bit system.

    As for IOS 7 I love it. My 1st iPhone was a 3G. I think IOS 7 gives IOS devices a new fresh feel and look. I frankly know that I was getting pretty bored with IOS 6.
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    10-19-2013 09:20 AM
  10. SeanHRCC's Avatar
    People have to like the IMPLEMENTATION of the features available. People liked vista until they realized it is just the frosted glass and it skewed the vision of people from seeing some of the biggest flaws in the operating system iOS 7 has a ways to go before it hits the stability that 6.1.3 had.
    Think about what you just said...lol.

    Of course iOS 7 has a way to go before it's as smooth as 6.1.3...iOS 6 was simply a more polished version of iOS 5, and iOS 5 was a more polished version of iOS 4, etc.

    iOS 7 was almost a full renovation of the OS...so why would you think that immediately it would be running as smoothly as an OS version that had been being polished for several years? iOS 7 is running near flawlessly for most people, and it's only on it's second minor firmware update...MINOR update. It hasn't even had a major one yet, and it's running this good.
    10-19-2013 10:43 AM
  11. lui22's Avatar
    Think about what you just said...lol.

    Of course iOS 7 has a way to go before it's as smooth as 6.1.3...iOS 6 was simply a more polished version of iOS 5, and iOS 5 was a more polished version of iOS 4, etc.

    iOS 7 was almost a full renovation of the OS...so why would you think that immediately it would be running as smoothly as an OS version that had been being polished for several years? iOS 7 is running near flawlessly for most people, and it's only on it's second minor firmware update...MINOR update. It hasn't even had a major one yet, and it's running this good.
    Think about what you just said and re analyze what I said
    10-19-2013 11:09 AM
  12. SeanHRCC's Avatar
    Think about what you just said and re analyze what I said
    I analyzed your post just fine the first time I replied...you're likening iOS 7 with Widows Vista in that the visuals are skewing the consumers understanding of a real underlying problem with the OS itself. I didn't get into it, but what issues are you referencing with iOS 7 as an OS that were non-existent in iOS 6? So far NOTHING has been reported on the OS side with any frequency that could lead someone to believe there was an actual issue with the OS...isolated issues with glitchy performance are in no way an indication of a problem with the OS, especially when most people are reporting perfect performance.

    Also, my previous comment simply searches for your logic in expecting a fully polished product upon first release? You keep referencing Vista, but Vista was plagued with deeply rooted problems from the release day...this isn't the same scenario at all. Vista needed a re-write from the time it was released until the day it was replaced, iOS 7 needs the typical Apple polish after a few weeks of release.

    I guess I just find your Vista comparison laughable.
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    10-19-2013 11:31 AM
  13. lui22's Avatar
    I analyzed your post just fine the first time I replied...you're likening iOS 7 with Widows Vista in that the visuals are skewing the consumers understanding of a real underlying problem with the OS itself. I didn't get into it, but what issues are you referencing with iOS 7 as an OS that were non-existent in iOS 6? So far NOTHING has been reported on the OS side with any frequency that could lead someone to believe there was an actual issue with the OS...isolated issues with glitchy performance are in no way an indication of a problem with the OS, especially when most people are reporting perfect performance.

    Also, my previous comment simply searches for your logic in expecting a fully polished product upon first release? You keep referencing Vista, but Vista was plagued with deeply rooted problems from the release day...this isn't the same scenario at all. Vista needed a re-write from the time it was released until the day it was replaced, iOS 7 needs the typical Apple polish after a few weeks of release.

    I guess I just find your Vista comparison laughable.

    Isolated issues with glitchy performance are not indeed ANY way and indication of fundamental problems yet. So far some of the biggest issues are BSOD iMessage not working and battery not being that great. But there is nothing indeed that compels you to update rather than to say on an ALREADY STABLE iteration of the software.

    I told you to reanalyze my post because no where did i say i expect for everything to be dandy from the start. That is IMPOSSIBLE.

    For the sake of peace I leave this argument with you until further developments.
    10-19-2013 02:35 PM
  14. lui22's Avatar
    I missed the keynote but that's a valid question! Whatever the issue is, I hope it gets taken care of soon because iOS7 is actually pretty nice. I'm still waiting on my jailbreak but this is a good filler until then
    I do too! Im actually quite tiered of getting that notification to update. Im trying to unlock my 4S to sprint using a gevey sim and i cant update. but what im really waiting for is the 6.1.3 jailbreak
    nikkisharif likes this.
    10-19-2013 02:37 PM
  15. kch50428's Avatar
    I do too! Im actually quite tiered of getting that notification to update. Im trying to unlock my 4S to sprint using a gevey sim and i cant update. but what im really waiting for is the 6.1.3 jailbreak
    Gonna be a long wait... I believe jailbreak devs are putting efforts into iOS 7 jailbreaks...
    10-19-2013 02:41 PM
  16. lui22's Avatar
    Gonna be a long wait... I believe jailbreak devs are putting efforts into iOS 7 jailbreaks...
    No actually since the os is so different they rather have it for the people who waited well at least ih8Sn0w is
    nikkisharif likes this.
    10-19-2013 02:42 PM
  17. SeanHRCC's Avatar
    No actually since the os is so different they rather have it for the people who waited well at least ih8Sn0w is
    ih8sn0w is actively working on an iOS 7 jailbreak (as well as final iOS 6 version jailbreak clean up)...he talks about it in his blog. There's also a slew of other jailbreakers out there working diligently to get an iOS 7 jailbreak out quickly.
    nikkisharif likes this.
    10-20-2013 12:19 AM
  18. lui22's Avatar
    ih8sn0w is actively working on an iOS 7 jailbreak (as well as final iOS 6 version jailbreak clean up)...he talks about it in his blog. There's also a slew of other jailbreakers out there working diligently to get an iOS 7 jailbreak out quickly.
    Woohoo! Go #teamJailBreak!!
    10-20-2013 12:33 AM
  19. aarontodd's Avatar
    I have found ios7 to be pretty stable. I ran it on my iphone 5 in a variety of Betas and to date, running on my 5s. Exchange your phone.
    10-20-2013 10:32 PM
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