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Discussion in 'iOS 6' started by Jonk1183, Sep 18, 2012.
Will the update be OTA or will you need to use a computer and sync via iTunes??
OTA if you're on iOS 5.x
OTA...but you may have to plug in (power)...I guess we'll find out in the morning...meetings all day and hoping I can do it while in those.
I am on GM , will I get ota ?
No because the GM is the final version that everyone who is on iOS 5 will be able to download OTA tomorrow.
Last version and gm will be different?
Not unless they found a big enough bug. Most likely GM and Final will be the same.
Usually they are the same
But I will not get 6.1 ota again dead end.
And there are lots of big bugs in gm
I've been using it for 6 days and haven't encountered any non-Store bugs.
I've also been using it since last week and not one problem here. Not trying to start anything here but most people that are having problems just did a Option (Shift)+Update. When you get a new version of iOS you always wanna do a Option (Shift)+Restore.
will OTA require wifi?
i've encountered A LOT of minor bugs, like crashes, UI bugs and stuff that dont matter all to much.
O T A means to me = Over the air. Are we talking the same language ?
Yep...it should happen automatically when you plug in, but you can search for it in settings and start manually as soon as it is released....auto update seems to do it when it wants to and not as soon as it is available...
My preference is to update as new thro iTunes.
IIRC, the biggest complaints from previous major OTA iOS releases are that they were slow due to demand and required the iOS device's battery be at least 50% charged. I remember having problems with OTA availablity and slowness so I went to iTunes and had a lightning fast upgrade. I'll do a full backup in iTunes anyway.
I don't understand the first part of your statement. You will get all OTA updates.
As for bugs, I'm only encountering App Store issues, nothing else on my 4s.