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Discussion in 'iPad' started by JoeRito, Jan 4, 2014.
Personally I find tinting to be less of a problem than the horrible crashing of the new iPad Air.
Okay, then lucky you. iOS 7.1 comes out soon and will fix that.
Sure. iOS7.1 is going to be magical, and fix everything. I have my doubts.
Since my air's screen is pretty nice, I'll have to go with iOS7/safari crashing all the time.
Did I say it was going to be magical? Numerous developers have already noted that the stability in iOS 7.1 is significantly improved. Is it perfect? No, but over time the software builds will become more refined and stable...screen tint, however, is permanent.
This is my feeling as well. I have hope that 7.1 will fix some issues, so I think screen tint is the bigger issue.
he mentions the crashing, you said 7.1 will fix that. There are A LOT of crashes. So I have my doubts all the crashing will be fixed. If t does fix it, as you said, then I would consider it magical.
LOTS OF CRASHES!!!
Not keeping it if it has bad screen tint so I won't experience the crashing!
My point is that the software will refine and improve with each subsequent iOS update but the screen tint it permanent for the life of the device.
I LOVE MY AIR! But I absolutely hate the Freaking Crashing of Safari! 2 to 3 times a day!!! Uggghhh.....
YOU have a lot of crashes.
The only app crashing on my iPad is Safari and I solve the problem just using another browser.
Just use another browser until they solve the problem.
I know,but I prefer safari,all my bookmarks,favorites,etc...everything is in safari
Yes iOS 7.1 beta 2 still crashes but less the 7.0.4. And animations are faster.
Me too ... It's just a temporary solution.
And another is the stupid reloading tabs!!! I was doing an ebay listing,had to open another tab to check on something,come back RELOAD! Lost everything and had to start over GRRRRRR
Solved as well, using Mercury Browser ...
I use Safari only on the iPhone 5s right now.
My screen is fine ----though I honestly didn't test it for retina burn, and the screen color is uniform, so no issues there.
However, the constant Safari and Chrome crashes have taken away from my enjoyment and desire to use the iPad for internet browsing. I am returning my iPad Mini, and hope the problem is fixed when I pick up the Air.