Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by TechGod, Jun 26, 2015.
As stated above...
Couldn't be bothered waiting for a reply, installing it now.
Yes very stable and great battery, few bugs as expected but defo daily driver.
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.
I'm a student, I need my phone to stay in contact with my parents and listen to music.
Than I would say no problem. I have been using it on my iPad mini without an issue.
It's quite smooth for the most part. Very impressed.
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.
On which device you installed?
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.
Beta 2 is really stable and battery life is phenomenal. I use it daily on iPad Air 2 and iPhone 6+.
I'm tempted to jailbresk but iOS 9 is so good...
It's alright to use as a daily driver. But FYI YouTube app sometimes force quits.
Posted like a True Flasher--
The irony of that username & thread title / body has amused me.
Hmmmm...I will wait but when will the public beta start(end of july or when...?).
Beta 2 is very usable, provided apps you use regularly do not break.
iOS 9.0 Beta 1 Working/Partial/Not Working Apps
On the ipad air 2 how many hours of battery vs iOS 8
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.
I've been on beta 2 on my main device since release. Yes, it works as a daily driver just fine.
Agreed. Beta 1 was a joke, I had to remove it after 3 hours. Beta 2 is pretty darn good so far.
Honestly, I didn't actually need to post this thread, I would have installed it even if people said it sucked
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
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