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Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by ajay96, Sep 4, 2013.
I see a few people have had this.. is there a fix?
Mine does this when I downgrade, too. What I found works for me is leaving the phone plugged into the computer for a little while after it finishes downgrading. My phone reboots itself once or twice and then it's back to normal. Other than that, I haven't heard of any solutions.
Ok thanks. Apparently, my iOS 6 iCloud backups are corrupted too.
It's not really important since the 4S is obsolete and you'll be upgrading in a few weeks anyway.
You sure your iCloud backups haven't been overwritten by an iOS 7 backup made automagically? Those probably won't work on iOS 6 after a downgrade. Hence the advice to make a backup locally through iTunes..
Says the guy who yesterday posted...
That doesn't sound like an "obsolete" phone to me.
The definition of "obsolete" is "no longer in use or no longer useful".
That certainly is not the case with the 4S.
I too have a iPhone 4S (64GB) and it is still a more than capable smartphone. Reports from those who are running the iOS 7 dev beta says it runs very well on the 4S. The 4S has an excellent camera. Good speed. A great display. With 64GB I have more than enough storage. It has the 30pin connector that is compatible with a massive amount of accessories. Like you said, the size is great. I wouldn't mind having LTE, but the speeds I get with the 4S have been decent for the most part, plus LTE wasn't very widespread when the 5 came out.
I've owned the 3G, 3GS, 4 and now 4S. I upgraded every year because the features in the newer phone were enough to make me want to upgrade. That wasn't the case with the iPhone 5 with its slightly better camera, slightly faster speed, slightly bigger screen, slightly better video features, better facetime camera (don't care) etc... plus the negatives, new connector means I need to buy adapters or get rid of some 30pin devices I own plus other tradeoffs.
The features of the iPhone 5S might be enough to make me want to upgrade when they are revealed next week (especially since I am eligible to upgrade) but that depends on the features. I may just wait another year until the rumored new design / larger sized iPhone comes out. I just hope the battery performance on the 4S doesn't deteriorate too badly in my 3rd year with it as my Applecare+ will expire in November.
Anyways, if I decide to stick with my 4S, having iOS 7 will be kind of like getting a new phone which will help make the wait for next years model a little easier.
I won't be upgrading as soon as the new iPhone comes out. It should be important to me, because i paid for this phone.