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Discussion in 'iPad' started by Spline, Mar 13, 2011.
Anyone up and running with the update? Wondering if it works well, or if there are any issues.
so far so good nothing wrong yet
Perfect on I4 and iPad
Seems more sluggish to me. Home screen screens stutter a little when scrolling, as do fullscreen photos in the photo app. Apps seem to take longer to launch and when running seem slower to open pop-overs.
On a positive note, game performance seems increased and Safari renders pages a tiny bit faster.
Jailbreak is a little flaky
Update itself seems going well,glad to have my orientation lock back. I did the tethered jailbreak and alot of tweaks are not working yet!
So far so good, any updates on the battery life relative to that of 4.2.1?
Did upgrade on my two iPads yesterday to 4.3.
Much, much faster surfing now using safari and wifi. Sightly faster surfing with 3G.
Screen looks sharper too. Apps open faster.
And it feels lighter and thinner. (ok...I made this up)
All in all a very worthy upgrade.
4.3 is working great for me so far. I found that 4.2.1 made the app open an closing animations slightly jerky - not as smooth as before. 4.3 seemed to have fixed that. Safari performance is quicker with most websites. Battery life seems to be about the same. I'm a happy customer.
Don't update to iOS 4.3! It's made my 1st gen iPad sluggish, unresponsive at touch sometimes, only good thing about it was getting the orientation lock switch back, but I wanted to go back to 4.2.1 but I keep getting an error in iTunes. This was probably Apple's way of making 1st gen iPad owners have to buy iPad 2.
Side note: all the new iPad 2 only apps in the appstore are laughing at my 1st gen iPad. /bitter Can't afford to keep up with the hardware every year, I'm sure others won't be either come iPad 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, etc...
4.3 works fine here except at times after watching a you tube video started from a web page , when returning to the web page it turns white and safari crashes?
I just did that with no issues.
Maybe an isolated case?
Worked great on mine. Safari was much snappier.
I didn't have any problem upgrading. In fact my iPad seems ever-so-slightly faster (although Safari is the same).
The only thing was, after I upgraded I had to re-sync all my photos because they all disappeared. Something about high resolution photos not being available
Watch about half the video in the link below,then hit done,
And double click to open safari...
When safari opens I just have a white page and I have to shut it down and restart?
My iPad1 is noticeably faster with 4.3. I have no idea how or why some of the previous posters report the opposite performance. Because of this improvement, it's made me even more steadfast and confident in not upgrading to iPad2.
Installed fine, runs well, slight speed increase, big increase in safari.
Make sure you have the iTunes update first, forgot that, ended up with an iPad in between the updated and wiped state for about an hour while I had to patch stuff. Kinda dumb.
you are correct...I have problems with this sequence.
Not so with others
agree...it feels like a new machine...except for the sequence OSMac has brought up
Working fine for me, and clock seems to be keeping better time than before. It was always 4 minutes ahead on 4.2.
For me, with 4.3, my 32gb WiFi seems snappier, but my 32gb 3G seems like it has a slight lag when opening apps and reacting to operations.
For those in this thread that are faster, is yours a WiFi? And for those who say it's slower, is yours 3G?
It has made an improvement to my iPad Safari seems faster.
I agree with most others here... my iPad 1 is definitely snappier since putting 4.3 on. Less stuttering when opening or switching between apps.
Both iPads I have are faster in wifi. 3 G is slightly faster in safari. No lag opening up apps in either.
I cannot imagine how anyone can claim that their iPad's are more sluggish with 4.3. I tax my iPad in an extremely heavy manner (see my signature...) and I was really feeling the limits of the hardware in 4.2.
Since upgrading to 4.3, the speed improvements are easily noticeable. The biggest improvement is in safari as has been noted in this thread and elsewhere. Mail is also definitely snappier. When loading message content, etc. I can feel a difference. (I have a slew of imap accounts which otherwise were bogging down under 4.2).
Finally, I activated the 4/5 finger gestures using the Xcode trick (search other threads here...easy to find) and that alone is reason to update.
No issues here.
Battery life is fine, performance is unchanged (it was great before the update and great after). Stability is fine. Overall for the iPad, 4.3 is a no brainer.