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That is an eternity for most anxious people wanting to get something for free.sure, wait three weeks until it get officially released ...
yup 9th grade =)Cool, what grade? Are you in high school?
You could just do what everyone else does....don't actually read the agreementyup 9th grade =)
Oddly enough im the only one with a doctorate in my class =) but felt like doing high school again
but still dont want to want to sign apples developer agreement =) not the $90 thing just the agreemen
So true, I tried to multiple up-vote, but didn't worked ...You could just do what everyone else does....don't actually read the agreement
You mean your company has a developer account with Apple and you can legally download ? In that case talk with the responsible person first.I could install iOS 6 via work (I might today).
Any harm in installing it?
Would it disassociate my purchases from my iTunes account?
Would Apple later blow away some data when transitioning to release?
Yes, legally, presumably (at least, that is my intent). I can certainly wait. I usually take a "trust but verify" approach, and I was asking you all as a verification that it wouldn't mess me up. I'll just wait. No biggy.You mean your company has a developer account with Apple and you can legally download ? In that case talk with the responsible person first.
If you really want please make sure to have a backup. Or just wait the three weeks. Much easier and less stress.