Have you upgraded to iOS 5 yet? Encountered any Problems?
I was wondering if all you iPhone users have upgraded to iOS 5 yet? Have you encountered any problems? I personally have not yet as I am awaiting the Friday delivery of my brand spankin’ new iPhone 4S but I bet some of you did already or are going to after realizing it’s now available.
Apple went live with iOS 5 and iCloud.com earlier today and it’s time for the non-beta community to get up to speed and start working with it. iOS 5 brings us new features such as an upgraded notification system, iMessage which is sort of a blackberry messenger for iOS devices, news stand, reminders and hundreds of others. iCloud is used to store your music, photos, documents, and more and wirelessly pushes them to all your devices. It’s supposed to be automatic, effortless, and seamless.
Beware though. I came across an article at Mashable that talked of problems upgrading. Some users are encountering a “3200″ error, problem with the organization of their apps, long backup and download speeds. Read the entire article to find out all the potential problems.
iOS 5 is compatible with your iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 3rd and 4th Generations, iPad and iPad 2.
What are you going to do? Let us know.Tags: iCloud, iOS, iPhone