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samapal

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Mar 17, 2013
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ios 7.1 seems that need more battery power. My phone was discharged less that are 8 hours when i worked
But it's look like very fast ios
 
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waterskier2007

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Jun 19, 2007
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I wish I knew what you were talking about. Mine freezes up often when trying to advance a music track using the command center
 
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nm94

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Oct 27, 2013
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How quickly are the ".1's" usually released to the public once they start sending out the betas? I know there's no way to pinpoint a date, but based on past releases?

Hopefully soon as the .1 fixes should have been in 7.0 in the first place.
 
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jonnyb098

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Nov 16, 2010
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Totally agree especially on iPad. The sad thing is that we should be getting some decent new features or something by now. Like maybe cover flow on the ipad music app or something that enhances some of this "blown up" smart phone apps apple likes to make fun of Google for. Ironic.
 
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DaveOP

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May 29, 2011
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Feels like a Beta to me. iPad crashing several times, iPhone has Bluetooth issues in my car, third pane of notification center not displaying correctly. They have a ways to go to clean it up before release :) On the plus side, it feels much faster and smoother, and some of the new API's are nice.
 
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3bs

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May 20, 2011
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How quickly are the ".1's" usually released to the public once they start sending out the betas? I know there's no way to pinpoint a date, but based on past releases?

Hopefully soon as the .1 fixes should have been in 7.0 in the first place.

Curious to find out too because I'm waiting for a jailbreak.
 
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thegrants82

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Jun 15, 2013
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Right here
I actually thought that 7.0.4 was very good but 7.1 beta one is noticeably more polished. Definitely getting towards the IOS 6 finished product feeling. Not one crash after almost 24 hours of hard use and even though I was already getting great battery life (6-8 hours) usage, I am almost at 5 hours usage at 50%. 7.1 is a winner.
 
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Tyler23

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Dec 2, 2010
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Atlanta, GA
How quickly are the ".1's" usually released to the public once they start sending out the betas? I know there's no way to pinpoint a date, but based on past releases?

Hopefully soon as the .1 fixes should have been in 7.0 in the first place.

Usually about a month and a half. I'd expect the public release of 7.1 around early to mid January.
 
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petvas

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Jul 20, 2006
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Munich, Germany
Actually iOS 7.0.4 is pretty nice and stable. I had zero issues with it. No crashes, no performance issues.

I installed 7.1 on my Air and yes, it makes a difference, but it is still too early to put on a machine for daily usage.
 
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me7

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Sep 18, 2013
134
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In my book, iOS7 will stay beta until the music app regains the functionality it had in the past.
 
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zookid80

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Nov 20, 2013
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I know there's no way to pinpoint a date, but based on past releases?
iPad crashing several times, iPhone has Bluetooth issues in my car, third pane of notification center not displaying correctly.
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solace

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Apr 6, 2006
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give it time... i've had popup messages for coredumps on 3 occasions and a few times where my phone became unresponsive to any input and i had to hard restart it.

it's VERY much beta
 
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bbfc

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Oct 22, 2011
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give it time... i've had popup messages for coredumps on 3 occasions and a few times where my phone became unresponsive to any input and i had to hard restart it.

it's VERY much beta

Nothing like that on my 4S or mini. Quite smooth actually. The music app crashed once but that's all.
 
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