Is beta 2 possible as a daily driver?


Jmausmuc

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Depends. If you are on your phone all day long it's an integral part of your job I wouldn't do it.
If you have a job where it's important but not integral I would say go ahead.
 

ViviUO

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It's a developer beta. So I wouldn't. Unless you're daily driving a new app you're developing using iOS 9 features.

The public beta will be a much better candidate for you.
 

TechGod

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It's a developer beta. So I wouldn't. Unless you're daily driving a new app you're developing using iOS 9 features.

The public beta will be a much better candidate for you.
It's already up and running on my phone. I know how to revert to 8.4( in the public beta program) I think I'll be fine, I just wanted to make sure it didn't have any deal breaking bugs like beta one's battery issues.
 

Bane-Thunder

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I'm using it as a daily driver on my iphone 6, loving it. beta 1 no it was horrible battery and heating issues. Beta 2 cleared all that up and is very smooth on my device.

The fact i refuse to restore to 8.3 for the jailbreak shows how nice iOS 9 is.
 

TechGod

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I'm using it as a daily driver on my iphone 6, loving it. beta 1 no it was horrible battery and heating issues. Beta 2 cleared all that up and is very smooth on my device.

The fact i refuse to restore to 8.3 for the jailbreak shows how nice iOS 9 is.
I'm tempted to jailbresk but iOS 9 is so good...
 

0928001

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I'm tempted to jailbresk but iOS 9 is so good...
Not sure what is "so good" about it on iPhone compared to 8.3, other than a small increase in battery life. IMO, 8.3 JB (and hopefully 8.4) takes the cake over this small update.
 

TechGod

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Posted like a True Flasher--:)
Haha, I used to go crazy flashing ROMs and kernels on my Nexus 4. I think it only stayed stock for a month and that was only because I was new to Android at the time and wanted to learn how to use it before modifying the system:p
I think for most of my time on iOS before the Nexus (iOS 3.1 to 6.x) more than half that time was it being jailbroken:D:D