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Discussion in 'iPad' started by zooby, May 10, 2014.
People seem to be 50/50 on this issue. It certainly can't hurt to start as new or whatever ya call it. But, there's no gaurantee you'll notice either.
This is almost a religious argument. I have always restored and moved on with life and never had the first problem with any of my iPods, iPhones or iPads.
Others swear about starting from new. I just do nto have the time to screw with it so I do a restore.
Try restore and you will see.
Restore and save yourself the time. Only resort to a fresh install if you experience any issues.
For me, restoring from iCloud is just convenience if I do a full erase. It restores all my bookmarks and pictures automatically. I love that feature.
Right,Restore and save yourself the time. Only resort to a fresh install if you experience any issues. thanks
I just restored mine from the cloud and it is so much faster, just as experiment one day I will set it up as new to see the speed difference.
It's not like I did it for fun. My pad wouldn't erase any of the rentals and there was no space and I find this the only thing that works.
Yes, because Apple will blame it on you if you have some problem. So set it up as new and if you have problem.
Another vote for only setup as new if you are actually having problems. There's a very slight chance that setting up as new might give you a performance increase, but it's not worth the hassle of setting up everything again from scratch.
Sounds totally rational.
Totally anecdotal, but I haven't setup a device as new in years and I've had exactly zero problems with my devices.