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Old Jan 26, 2013, 11:53 PM   #126
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Did you try Browsermark and HTML 5 test? Not that specific html 5 test this one, http://html5test.com/

I got the same scores as you
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 12:01 AM   #127
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And I can verify that someone else verified it half an hour ago ... as I told you ten minutes ago.

(I would have made my post just a simple: Thank You Apple! But the Forum Board Software said that my post was too Short!)


The bloke who posted one post above your own in the old thread posted proof that it installed on non UDID registered devices.
(So I Apoligize if I annoyed you by mentioning that Beta 4 Expires on Monday, my post was simply NOT Long Enough).

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Old Jan 27, 2013, 12:12 AM   #128
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I don't understand why everyones getting so excited for this update. For a jailbreak? Don't you think Apple will know if theres a hole in 6.1 that allows a jailbreak? Maybe i'm just not informed. Please explain this to me.

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I think the "smarter" way to do that would've been to call this GM, let the dev-team release their jailbreak, then Apple could go "Oh, we found this major showstopper bug in the GM, here's a new GM build (that just so happens to kill your shiny new jb exploit)."
I thought all sensibility was gone and then you come in with the first logical statement of the night.
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 12:13 AM   #129
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I don't understand why everyones getting so excited for this update. For a jailbreak? Don't you think Apple will know if theres a hole in 6.1 that allows a jailbreak? Maybe i'm just not informed. Please explain this to me.
Jailbreaking dev's usually keep the holes under wraps until the firmware is released so Apple can't patch it before a final release.

If Apple knew about all holes, a jail breaking community probably would have never existed in the first place.
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 12:27 AM   #130
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"Other data"

Anyone know if Apple patched the way that iOS deals with delete iMessage / video / photo data? Meaning delete files stay on the device and start to fill up the "Other Data" category more and more.....
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 12:34 AM   #131
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Yes. That's how it always is here. You either live with it or move to another rumour website.

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Not gonna happen. Luckily this is no university assessment article or it'd fail for lack of references to material that was obviously referenced or used from someone else.
Sorry buddy but the joke is over now. You can go try be a smartass somewhere else Tschüss!
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 12:37 AM   #132
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Psh, if I were Apple, I'd leave a "forgivable" flaw in iOS 6.1, then as soon as the jailbreak is released, patch it and release 6.1.1. Oh wait, that exactly what they intend to do...
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 12:47 AM   #133
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Anyone know if Apple patched the way that iOS deals with delete iMessage / video / photo data? Meaning delete files stay on the device and start to fill up the "Other Data" category more and more.....
Elaborate on this please... because I think I have this SAME exact issue.
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 12:49 AM   #134
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Jailbreaking dev's usually keep the holes under wraps until the firmware is released so Apple can't patch it before a final release.

If Apple knew about all holes, a jail breaking community probably would have never existed in the first place.
What stops Apple from fixing the exploit after the jailbreak is released?
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 12:50 AM   #135
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What stops Apple from fixing the exploit after the jailbreak is released?
Nothing...That's what they do each time. Then the jail breakers attempt to find more exploits with the next iteration of ios.
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 01:00 AM   #136
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why did they close the other thread? so we are forced to comment on MacRumor's post?
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Quick question. Is that screenshot stolen? Lol
That actually made me laugh. Well done.
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 01:04 AM   #137
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Dam maybe in the GM
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 01:52 AM   #138
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What stops Apple from fixing the exploit after the jailbreak is released?
As he said, nothing. But devs don't release it asap when a new update is right around the corner since it is likely that their loopholes will still be there unless they release it.

From the devs perspective, they'd like their JB to work on the latest firmware available, and most of the time that means waiting a a month or two to assure it's longevity.
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 01:55 AM   #139
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Apple is busy working on iOS 7 and the new iOS features will be included. iOS 6.1 was just a trail in the park to kill time especially with all the changes at Cupertino.
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 01:55 AM   #140
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Finally, some news on i0s 6.1, Hoping it'll come next week sometime. I hope it will improve performance a little. They seem to have taken their time on this one, testing it thoroughly, the same with mountain lion and the 10.0.3 beta/or gm.
just maybe, just maybe, since they took sooooooooo long with this .x update, ios 7 could be previewed at wwdc, and then released in the fall? since apple isn't putting that many resources to ios 6 testing, could this hint at the possibility that the majority of their resources are being spent on developing a totally awesome and revamped ios7 and thus the long testing period of ios 6.1?

what do you guys think?

update: basically what throys just said
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 01:57 AM   #141
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lol at the people who are disappointed. Did you really expect an iOS revamp from the ground up from a point release?

You get bug fixes, and some polishes and thats it. Whether you like it...or you like it.
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 01:57 AM   #142
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just maybe, just maybe, since they took sooooooooo long with this .x update, ios 7 could be previewed at wwdc, and then released in the fall? since apple isn't putting that many resources to ios 6 testing, could this hint at the possibility that the majority of their resources are being spent on developing a totally awesome and revamped ios7 and thus the long testing period of ios 6.1?

what do you guys think?
I'm really counting on that. Apple should continue to think different.
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 01:58 AM   #143
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(So I Apoligize if I annoyed you by mentioning that Beta 4 Expires on Monday, my post was simply NOT Long Enough).
Eh?!?

Do yourself a favour. Stop trying to use sarcastic humour, it doesn't work for you.
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 02:00 AM   #144
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FYI for what it's worth I was running ios 6.0.2 on my vzw ip5 and I just updated with the 6.1.0 beta 5 without a restore and everything went perfect took about 5-10 minutes to update printed a few set up options and all my stuff was still there. I do not have a developer account so yea I just jumped off the plank and it happened to work out well.
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 02:03 AM   #145
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FYI for what it's worth I was running ios 6.0.2 on my vzw ip5 and I just updated with the 6.1.0 beta 5 without a restore and everything went perfect took about 5-10 minutes to update printed a few set up options and all my stuff was still there. I do not have a developer account so yea I just jumped off the plank and it happened to work out well.
if this was possible, then it has to mean that this has to be a GM release and that the final one will be out Monday or Tuesday.

Most likely Tuesday, since Apple likes to launch major things on Tuesday.
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 02:11 AM   #146
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Apple Seeds iOS 6.1 Beta 5 to Developers

FYI for what it's worth I was running ios 6.0.2 on my vzw ip5 and I just updated with the 6.1.0 beta 5 without a restore and everything went perfect took about 5-10 minutes to update printed a few set up options and all my stuff was still there. I do not have a developer account so yea I just jumped off the plank and it happened to work out well.

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Yea I'm not sure about apples thought process but man I get a certain level of excitement /stupidity rolling the dice on my 800 dollar plus iphone. Honestly I'm not going to start an android iphone thing cause that's ridiculous I I do prefer the way android deals with software updates over apple. Before you stone me I love my ios device love love love it more then most of my android devices I just have this dev account crap and making it an elitist this to test new software lets be a bit more open and share
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 02:18 AM   #147
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FYI for what it's worth I was running ios 6.0.2 on my vzw ip5 and I just updated with the 6.1.0 beta 5 without a restore and everything went perfect took about 5-10 minutes to update printed a few set up options and all my stuff was still there. I do not have a developer account so yea I just jumped off the plank and it happened to work out well.

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Yea I'm not sure about apples thought process but man I get a certain level of excitement /stupidity rolling the dice on my 800 dollar plus iphone. Honestly I'm not going to start an android iphone thing cause that's ridiculous I I do prefer the way android deals with software updates over apple. Before you stone me I love my ios device love love love it more then most of my android devices I just have this dev account crap and making it an elitist this to test new software lets be a bit more open and share
So you updated your 5 from 6.0.2 to 6.1 without Dev account and UDID registered?
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 02:26 AM   #148
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So you updated your 5 from 6.0.2 to 6.1 without Dev account and UDID registered?
Yep no dev account at ll I did have a provisioning profile for apps but that apparently doesn't help with regards to upgrading software
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 02:28 AM   #149
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sooo... where can we download ?
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Old Jan 27, 2013, 02:46 AM   #150
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sooo... where can we download ?
The usual place. It is still uploading according to the homepage banner. They are also confirming it as the GM for what it is worth.
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