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Discussion in 'iOS 8' started by Zeeshee, Mar 9, 2015.
Just check it in development centre and it's available for download now.
How can we install it if we have 8.3 installed already?
hmmm...dfu restore? If you have 8.3 you should know the answer to this.
Mine still says 8.1.3 is the latest. I'll try again at noon
Its not available for Australia at the moment
EDIT: its now available for Australia. Yay
I got the update
Out via OTA on Verizon (using iPhone 6). Had to switch off WiFi to get the update to show up (and then switch it back on to start downloading/installing it).
iPhone 6. I have 8.2 beta 5 installed. so if you have that one installed the OTA here is 1.4 GB
Yup. Downloading now OTA for my 5s, iPad 3, and Apple TV.
Interested to know how it runs on the iPhone 5 and iPad Mini 1. 8.1.3 is fine on my iPhone 5, but I have lots of tab reloading lately on my iPad Mini 1.
App Store kept telling me 'no updates available.' Just tried Software Update on my phone and it's downloading now.
I am waiting till tomorrow. Thanking you folks for testing it out for us.
is 8.3 beta 2 more bug free to stay right now on my 6?
My battery life has improved.
Just started downloading.
has it decreased the speed on older devices?
I like how the question wasn't "has it increased speed on older devices?"
For what I've seen, that's something for 8.3
Can anyone give me the direct link to the IPSW?
Seems like 8.2 has smoothed out landscape/portrait orientation and the select copy/cut issue on 5s.
Installing on iPad 2 as we "speak".
Spinning wheel in safari seems not to have been fixed.
iPhone 5S which was on 8.1.3 had 400+ Mb update
iPad Air 2 on 8.2 B5 had 1.4 Gb update.
I thought Apple does not allow update from beta to final public build.
Mine just rebooted for install. It already broke my wifi!!
Battery usage while plugged in is greatly improved, however.
I do have a late 2014 model iPhone so I expect performance to be suboptimal.
Conveniently adds an Apple Watch icon which cannot be deleted, of course.
restore back to 8.2 from iTunes using the ipsw file.