Having a GOOD experience?

Discussion in 'iOS 5 and earlier' started by theperipheral, Oct 13, 2011.

  1. theperipheral macrumors 6502

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    It seems like this forum is filled with nothing but issues and problems people are having. Is anybody else having a good experience with iOS5? I am! I love everything about it, other than the new useless icons I've got.
     
  2. applefan289 macrumors 68000

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    I always enjoy anything Apple-related, but there's always headaches with newly-released stuff like iCloud and a major update to iOS.

    I found myself going nuts trying to delete all the emails (I guess they were backed up or something) off the iPad after upgrading. Even after "deleting emails from the server" with my POP email, hundreds of messages would insist on coming in, and I had to delete all of them by hand.

    And, I new iCloud would bring someone like me some headaches. So that was expected...but I needed a new email anyway, so I took the dive.

    Overall, I'm enjoying it, but there have been some annoying headaches (as with all account-based internet stuff).
     
  3. FluffyPop macrumors member

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    That's what most forums are like, people who don't have any problems don't come here to rant or ask for help.

    iOS 5 works fine for me :)
     
  4. topmounter macrumors 68020

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    iOS5 is working fine for me.

    The iCloud stuff is a bit confusing... especially when you have multiple Apple ID's and Contacts, Calendar, etc. sync'd with MobileMe. The last thing I want to do is put a foot wrong and lose some or all of my sync'd data.
     
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  6. kring macrumors regular

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    So the phone is working with iOS5 fine.. but I'm totally confused about icloud and am having all sorts of sync issues, itunes stopped working...

    I don't think they could have made the whole wifi sync vs iCloud & the whole way the appleID, iTunesID, me.com, or gmail.com id's... it's a mess to navigate this.
     
  7. tibi08 macrumors 6502a

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    Everything is working fine for me & wife's iPhones. Not upgraded the iPad yet. I was surprised to see all the fuss on the forums as I've had no probs at all..... must have been lucky.
     
  8. PCClone macrumors 6502a

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    Same here.
     
  9. imotionb18 macrumors member

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    Everything is working fine for me as well. Updated on my phone and ipod. :)
     
  10. CosmoPilot macrumors 65816

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    Everything is working perfectly for me too.

    The major obstacle is learning where all the new bells and whistles are.

    For those confused on iCloud and Apple IDs, it isn't really that complicated. Apple is giving away "free" Apple IDs when you register a device. If you are a multiple iDevice household (i.e., you have a spouse and kids using the same Apple ID for purchases), then you need to register for a free Apple ID.

    This free Apple ID is NOT associated with your store purchased content. It is merely a way for Apple to differentiate between user accounts (i.e., it separates your contacts from your wifes).

    If you specifically have multiple iDevices (iPhone, iPad, iTouch), you will then use this free Apple ID with all of them, so they all stay in sync. Conversely, your spouse will use his/her free Apple ID for all their iDevices.

    The main iTunes Apple ID is still shared by everyone in Settings > Store.
     
  11. Blakey. macrumors member

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    I'm having a great experience with it. I updated to iOS 5 last week and have not had any problems at all. I just want an untethered jailbreak to come out so I can install BiteSMS again. :)
     
  12. theperipheral thread starter macrumors 6502

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    I'm in the same boat. I need the jailbreak for 3 big reasons.

    1. biteSMS
    2. haptic pro
    3. no icon labels (i effing hate having icon names)
     
  13. TeamHotch macrumors member

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    Not had the chance to do much with Icloud other than sync. And not tested Imessage yet. But with only an iphone 4 i can imagine its fairly easy as no other IDs involved.

    But I am Loving IOS5. Smoother, faster, notifs better, alot of apps can go as what they were there for is now IOS standard. and my batter is so much better! :D :apple:

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    I want Bitesms back. (depending how it works with new notifs.)
    ToneFX
    Lockscreen clock hide. (i hate the clock so big on lockscreen)

    Other than that all other tweaks no longer needed as no IOS standard makes me VERY happy :D
     
  14. batting1000 macrumors 604

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    iOS 5 is working perfect for me. No issues yet and I've been running it since the GM. Restored yesterday.
     
  15. Herm macrumors newbie

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    How exactly do you register for additional IDs?
     
  16. glen e macrumors 68030

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    x100.....not too many people post "I like it"

    works really well for me...lotsa new stuff
     
  17. HeezyBear macrumors regular

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    I think you're only seeing the negativity because everyone who doesn't have a problem is busy playing with their phones.
     
  18. heremiah macrumors newbie

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    Lol!!

    I just updated yesterday, since the new untethered JB came out, and haven't had any problems as far as form or function of the new OS whatsoever. The only problem I'm having at this point is finding a RELIABLE list of the JB apps that are iOS5 compatable. If your not careful, and don't do your research well in advance of installing a package you could end up in the dreaded "infinite boot-loop" or completely "bricking" your phone, in both cases at this point you will have to restore and re-JB...

    because Google is such a black hole, where one could become lost and entangled in massive redirects and false results- I have found a website that has a fairly comprehensive list. If you find one that hasn't made the list (go or nogo) let me, and the site's community know about it please!!!

    link: http://www.sinfuliphone.com/showthread.php?t=80821
     
  19. BlackTofu macrumors member

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    Besides some little bugs and the battery issue, ios 5 is great yet.
     
  20. Jare macrumors 65816

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    My PC runs Windows 7, which I like, and I also totally love iOS 5.
     
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  23. Ayemerica macrumors demi-god

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    I've had no noticeable problems with iOS 5.0.1, unless maybe the initial battery issue.
     
  24. Davvido macrumors regular

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    I think a thread for people without any issues is a bit pointless, but ok, everything is fine here - iPhone 4 with iOS 5.0.1, jailbroken with redsn0w. No issues. :)
     
  25. takeshi74 macrumors 601

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    Welcome to discussion forums. That's the nature of all of them, regardless of topic. People post when they have problems/questions. They don't post when things are going well. That's precisely why you can't rely on analysis of forum postings to determine failure rates. You have to account for the skewed nature of forum posts.
     

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