1. sheailewis1's Avatar
    Do any of your devices work well for you?
    Sometimes I think people have this level of absolute perfection that they seek that's unattainable.
    After having 5 iPhones, Original,3GS,4S,5S and 6 Plus only 1 had a issue. The 3GS headphone jack went out. That's the only one I had to return. I can't believe I'm that lucky with iPhones to never have a major issue with them.
    I would expect a OS that doesn't really do much to be close to perfect. Especially if its sold at a premium price.
    01-28-2015 11:18 PM
  2. BreakingKayfabe's Avatar
    I would expect a OS that doesn't really do much to be close to perfect. Especially if its sold at a premium price.
    You have some terrible perspective.
    Les74 likes this.
    01-29-2015 02:16 AM
  3. SeanHRCC's Avatar
    I would expect a OS that doesn't really do much to be close to perfect. Especially if its sold at a premium price.
    "Doesn't really do much"

    I'm going to go out on a limb and say you really have very little understanding of what an OS does, regardless of which one it is...and even less knowledge of what iOS does, given this extremely asinine insinuation.

    Putting aside your little snide remark, iOS does run close to perfect. It's one of the biggest reasons people invest in the hardware...that and the fact that OS X follows suit in the same near flawless performance character, making for an incredible ecosystem.

    But I know these words are wasted on you...because logic eludes your existence here. 12 posts in and you're taking pot shots against iOS within an Apple product-centric community...bravo kid.
    Les74 likes this.
    01-29-2015 02:27 AM
  4. iEd's Avatar
    I would expect a OS that doesn't really do much to be close to perfect. Especially if its sold at a premium price.
    Doesn't do much? Like in as much as Android or Windows Phone?
    01-29-2015 02:42 AM
  5. anaphora68's Avatar
    I would expect a OS that doesn't really do much to be close to perfect. Especially if its sold at a premium price.
    Obvious troll is obvious.

    What do you mean the OS doesn't do that much? You are probably looking at this from a user level, and trying to run a direct comparison to Android. You can't really do that, at least not logically.

    Make your argument as to why, engage in a conversation, but don't just troll.
    01-29-2015 09:49 AM
  6. qbnkelt's Avatar
    Do any of your devices work well for you?
    Sometimes I think people have this level of absolute perfection that they seek that's unattainable.
    After having 5 iPhones, Original,3GS,4S,5S and 6 Plus only 1 had a issue. The 3GS headphone jack went out. That's the only one I had to return. I can't believe I'm that lucky with iPhones to never have a major issue with them.

    I've had the same devices and I've NEVER had an issue. The only negative I ever had was the battery life on the 3GS. But hardware/software failures? None......
    01-29-2015 10:59 AM
  7. cbreze's Avatar
    First time iPhone owner here, having my 6+ a bit less than two months and already have been updated 3 times, so don't know what your driving at. Seems pretty frequent so far.
    01-29-2015 01:34 PM
  8. sheailewis1's Avatar
    Wow, the people here are definitely something. I was saying it seemed like the apps make the experience. I've owned my share of iPhones and iPads to not be too bias. I love my iphone and the things that it offers, but I cant bring myself to overlook flaws blindly.

    An example, the option to reply to a message from the lockscreen. 50% of the time it doesn't display a keyboard for me to use. So I end up having to tap the notification to get into the messages app. As a heavy texter, it does get annoying for me. Even though most of the people here will say they don't experience the problem, it does still exist for some.

    Another issue is the sudden closing of apps in general. Ive experienced times where apps (stock and non-stock) have crashed and it usually begins 2 weeks into using the device.

    The reason I mainly have this phone is for the great app support, and it looks great in the hand. Although I can come off as a troll, its not my true intention. So yes, a few of us could still use some updates.
    01-30-2015 01:41 AM
  9. taz323's Avatar
    Wow, the people here are definitely something. I was saying it seemed like the apps make the experience. I've owned my share of iPhones and iPads to not be too bias. I love my iphone and the things that it offers, but I cant bring myself to overlook flaws blindly.

    An example, the option to reply to a message from the lockscreen. 50% of the time it doesn't display a keyboard for me to use. So I end up having to tap the notification to get into the messages app. As a heavy texter, it does get annoying for me. Even though most of the people here will say they don't experience the problem, it does still exist for some.

    Another issue is the sudden closing of apps in general. Ive experienced times where apps (stock and non-stock) have crashed and it usually begins 2 weeks into using the device.

    The reason I mainly have this phone is for the great app support, and it looks great in the hand. Although I can come off as a troll, its not my true intention. So yes, a few of us could still use some updates.
    Haven"t seen any of these issues myself, but 8.1.3, has been released. may be of some help.
    01-30-2015 02:23 AM
  10. sheailewis1's Avatar
    Haven"t seen any of these issues myself, but 8.1.3, has been released. may be of some help.
    I've already updated. Keyboard still disappears from time to time and crashes are still there, some apps more than others. Battery drain bounces around.
    01-30-2015 10:56 AM
  11. SeanHRCC's Avatar
    Wow, the people here are definitely something. I was saying it seemed like the apps make the experience. I've owned my share of iPhones and iPads to not be too bias. I love my iphone and the things that it offers, but I cant bring myself to overlook flaws blindly.

    An example, the option to reply to a message from the lockscreen. 50% of the time it doesn't display a keyboard for me to use. So I end up having to tap the notification to get into the messages app. As a heavy texter, it does get annoying for me. Even though most of the people here will say they don't experience the problem, it does still exist for some.

    Another issue is the sudden closing of apps in general. Ive experienced times where apps (stock and non-stock) have crashed and it usually begins 2 weeks into using the device.

    The reason I mainly have this phone is for the great app support, and it looks great in the hand. Although I can come off as a troll, its not my true intention. So yes, a few of us could still use some updates.
    So why make this comment?

    I would expect a OS that doesn't really do much to be close to perfect.
    If it walks like a duck...
    01-30-2015 04:22 PM
  12. sheailewis1's Avatar
    So why make this comment?



    If it walks like a duck...
    Because its my opinion. Are we bot allowed to be critical of the things we use? Things don't always have to be butterflies and dandelions.
    01-31-2015 05:05 PM
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