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Town Hero / Héro de la Ville

Re: WARNING! iOS 13

@88cranstonYour iTunes restore method is the normal restore method which assumes the user had backed up their iPhone regularly, the reality is not that many people do that.

Great Citizen / Super Citoyen

Re: WARNING! iOS 13


@GinYVR wrote:

@88cranstonYour iTunes restore method is the normal restore method which assumes the user had backed up their iPhone regularly, the reality is not that many people do that.


Yes no doubt. But I do every now and then. 😀😀😀 And no doubt some folks don’t know what iTunes is on a computer either. 😒😒

 

If some one dislikes 13 and this option works, then do it and rebuild phone from scratch or iCloud backup. 

Great Citizen / Super Citoyen

Re: WARNING! iOS 13


@88cranston wrote:

Pull sim, reset carrier settings, put sim back in, reboot. 


In the past I have had an iPhone 5s and now SE, with the 5s I noticed that the cellular connection wasn't stable. The way I fixed it was to manually choose my carrier, that fixed it for me. I haven't had any problems with the SE so far.

Great Citizen / Super Citoyen

Re: WARNING! iOS 13


@88cranston wrote:

@Berry23 wrote:

 

As you can tell, none of this is carrier/network related... Just Apple being lazy and not releasing solid structured software (I would bash any company for doing the same, FYI).


No kidding they bit too much off and screwed up royally. 

 

I wonder if my touch issue is due to having a tempered glass screen protector. But my touch problem was with texting only and all else was good. 


Give it time, I guess. It'll be fixed or should be.

 

What I find odd is that since iPhone models are so generic in the sense that they are the "6" series, "7" series, so on, how does a software update affect each phone differently if the hardware is all the same? I would think it is all unified.

 

I have an otterbox that I use on and off, it used to be difficult to use touch ID with it on till I realized that the home button had some sort of rubbery material on it to help protect the phone's button. I took that off and the home button works most of the time now.

 

I can say for sure that I wish I stuck to iOS 12.4 since my phone ran just fine and iOS 13 does not add nearly enough to be worth calling an "upgrade". I suppose I could try reverting back but it's just too much of a headache. I wanna get myself an android, I miss those days.

Great Neighbour / Super Voisin

Re: WARNING! iOS 13

no problems with iOS13 on my iPhone X, iPhone 7 or iPhone 6s.

Great Citizen / Super Citoyen

Re: WARNING! iOS 13

This morning when deleting mail in the Apple mail app. Deleting it worked but yet the title remains with a blank screen. This is a bug I forgot about since I don't use the mail app much.

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Great Citizen / Super Citoyen

Re: WARNING! iOS 13

Bottom line is,
It isn’t the right time yet to upgrade your iPhone to iOS 13 until Apple truly work on fixing all of these issues.
Mayor / Maire

Re: WARNING! iOS 13

I keep hearing multiple theories about this but I think the actual solution is the simplest

The people had defective hardware (whether manufacturing or maybe a drop) and when they try to upgrade the blank hits the fan

 

Its a super common occurance in the PC / GPS world where a device that seemingly works perfectly suddenly gives some weird random error when upgrading the OS

 

I have a VERY old (ancient) iPhone and an iPhone 8 and none of the issues that people on web keep reporting

 


@DL888 wrote:

Weird...I have IOS 13 on mine, wifey, and daughters iphones and no issues at all.


 

Mayor / Maire

Re: WARNING! iOS 13

@GinYVR  most people do have backups as by default everything is uploaded to iCloud

Only way they would never have a backup is if they never used a WiFi connection or charged their device ( Cat LOL )

 


@GinYVR wrote:

@88cranstonYour iTunes restore method is the normal restore method which assumes the user had backed up their iPhone regularly, the reality is not that many people do that.


 

Great Citizen / Super Citoyen

Re: WARNING! iOS 13


@LeSong wrote:
Bottom line is,
It isn’t the right time yet to upgrade your iPhone to iOS 13 until Apple truly work on fixing all of these issues.

I had skipped iOS 13 and waited to the next release thinking they would have most of the bugs out... Boy was I wrong. If the iPhone SE does get iOS 14 I will be waiting awhile before I update (assuming I even keep the thing).