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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by CrEsTo, Sep 15, 2016.
Received a few minutes ago in australia
that was awful and ruined it with the low res quality.
One of the worst unboxings in iPhone history.
Out of curiosity, what's the actual iOS version number (with build number) that is on the phone (listed on the Settings > General > About screen)?
iOS10 (not beta)
Doesn't quite answer the actual question of the actual version with the build number.
Very nice! I think you did a fine job. You took it out of the box and showed it to us. It doesn't have to be a big production.
What other version of iOS 10 would be on it?
Sorry mate can't answer that, it asked me to upgrade to 10.0.1 before doing an iCloud restore so couldn't see the build.
Egads mate, She'll be apples if ya' don't ruff-er-up. I think youv'e gawn and scratched the Al-u-min-ium....
lol, what other version is there? beta?
Well, the question is what build of iOS 10 is on it basically to see if it's the same as what was released to the public this week or perhaps something slightly earlier (the released version is 10.0.1 with a particular build, and perhaps what's loaded on the phones is actually 10.0 with a slightly earlier build, or something like that).
And there you have it, it sounds like an earlier build was on it if it prompted to update to 10.0.1.
Why wouldn't it be the same build that was released to everyone?
iOS 10.0.0 instead of 10.0.1
it will be one version/build pretty much across all iphones?
Because as you can see by some of the replies it seems like it isn't the same build as what was released to the public this week. Perhaps because they had to have loaded iOS onto the phones before they had the final build that was released to the public this week ready.
they'll have the version that was released on the 13th so to be clear.
Who still records and/or posts in 240p? Thats like you have to purposefully choose less quality than default.
That goes to show that I REALLY needed to upgrade my iPhone 3G.
Except that it doesn't seem like they have that version from the box given that based on the reply from the person that has one of the new phones the phone prompted to update to 10.0.1, which is the version that was released on the 13th (meaning the phone had an earlier version).
Apple have never put a beta/gm versions on their new iPhone releases, if they did, this is a new thing for this year.
They certainly put GM versions on the phones, that's basically one of the things that a GM is for. Beta is different and that wouldn't be on the phone. But it's certainly possible Apple had a 10.0 GM ready and started putting it onto the phones and then had something they needed to update in it for some reason and made a 10.0.1 GM which they ended up releasing to developers and then releasing as the final version to the public, while at least some of the phones have that earlier GM on them.
Again, what the person who unboxed their phone has mentioned about the phone asking to update 10.0.1 seems to support something like that, or basically at the very least that the phone had an iOS build that is earlier than the publicly available one that was released on the 13th (since if the phone already had that build it wouldn't ask to update to it).
I guess it's a GM release then, I can't tell because I don't have mine yet, until others have theirs too, they can confirm his question.
I just received my 7 and the OS installed is 10.0 (14A346).