Is there a list of major annoyances on here for IOS10?

vexorg

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Usually IOS upgrades are better than before, this does exactly the same but all in a more annoying way.

Even copying photos to the mac needs to have the phone unlocked every time.
The camera stick out of focus or freezes until you swipe it to video and back to camera.

Apple seem intent on screwing up the OS of the mac and iPhone now all to fix non-existent problems.
 
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TOMIMOT

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Jul 16, 2011
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I find that ever since upgrading to iOS 10 my data randomly turns on and off in 'celluar' settings. The OS also forgot my wifi password and after inputting the correct password it still wouldnt connect. I had to reset my router for everything to work properly. The data issue on the other hand is still present. I haven't seen a list of major annoyances in any thread here though, perhaps start one :)
 

LV426

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I've been on a couple of 2-hour driving trips recently. I notice that the navigation in iOS 10 seems to be more power-hungry. Before, the phone would charge during such a journey as well as navigate. Now, it doesn't gain any more juice on the trip.
 

ManU21

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Feb 26, 2017
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I find these what I call intrusions to my privacy hugely annoying: Photos is generating "memories" out of my pictures or showing "locations". I can relate that somebody likes these features and I'm ok with that. However, there should be a possibility to choose.
An example: in a folder with 50+ pictures from a golfing trip there were a couple of persons I strongly dislike and am actively trying to forget their existence. After the what I call downgrade to ios10 I suddenly saw "memories" created from them. Likewise linked into folders "people" or "places". I'm not even sure if disabling the location services helps here as the phone seems to sniff the location from the cell towers. My instant reaction was to throw the 6+ down from the balcony and buy android but I was told that it's even worse in this aspect.

I love my ipad and would now need a waterproof iphone 7 but why should I pay extra for a very good camera I don't even want to use anymore?
 

C DM

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I find these what I call intrusions to my privacy hugely annoying: Photos is generating "memories" out of my pictures or showing "locations". I can relate that somebody likes these features and I'm ok with that. However, there should be a possibility to choose.
An example: in a folder with 50+ pictures from a golfing trip there were a couple of persons I strongly dislike and am actively trying to forget their existence. After the what I call downgrade to ios10 I suddenly saw "memories" created from them. Likewise linked into folders "people" or "places". I'm not even sure if disabling the location services helps here as the phone seems to sniff the location from the cell towers. My instant reaction was to throw the 6+ down from the balcony and buy android but I was told that it's even worse in this aspect.

I love my ipad and would now need a waterproof iphone 7 but why should I pay extra for a very good camera I don't even want to use anymore?
Disable location services for photos app. Remove/move photos that you don't want?
 

CTHarrryH

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Maybe if you knew how to use your devices you might find solutions or options. You don't have to buy.
Instead of complaining maybe you could use this forum for suggestions on how to fix or bypass your issues.
 

ManU21

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Disable location services for photos app. Remove/move photos that you don't want?
Location services are always disabled except when using maps or certain golf applications but still all pics have location on them. That's why I'm suspicious where ios is sniffing it from.
I delete pictures I do not want but there are certain group pictures I wanted to keep but they include a kind of person or subject I referred to.
 
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