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Discussion in 'iOS 10' started by Math889, Jul 7, 2016.
Should I update to IOS 10 now or is better to wait?
That's a question only you can answer. Beta isn't for everyone. You WILL have bugs, you MAY have app issues (depending on which apps you have)
Not everything will work 100% of the time. It's not meant to be an early access to the next software so you can go around bragging to friends how cool you are with something they don't have (not saying that is your intention)
Read up on all the risks before diving in if it's your first go at it.
If you're asking if you should, the answer is probably "No" -- unless you're one who's comfortable with things as discussed above in post #2.
Not on your iPhone under any circumstances. On your iPad yes if your iPad isn't essential and backed up.
I did and it's working fine for me.
Some apps can be a little laggy to open but overall things run smooth.
No notable app crashes yet and as for everyday use, its gotten me through today just fine.
I say it's a relatively safe bet if you wanted to give it a try.
That's always my intention
"See, I click this icon and it crashes my springboard...cool eh?"
I installed it on my SE and so far not a single issue. I enjoyed being able to delete useless Apple crapware like tips. Felt good to have this simple feature.
Also like raise to turn on to see notifications. Small things but useful.
Only bug I have found so far is responding to this post. Every time I hit the backspace it pushes the screen all the way down to the bottom of the webpage. If I hit enter, it pushes me half way down.
I installed it on my iPhone 6s as a daily driver and regret it. I use my device more than anything for listening to music and there are serious issues with Bluetooth and the music apps (like low volume, dissappearing volume indicator etc). It's cool to try out and see develop but not on a main device. I didn't install it on my iPad and am glad I didn't.
Ultimately the choice is up to you, you just need to be prepared to put up with some annoying bugs for a bit.
I will install on my Air 2 and see how it goes.
I want to become an iOS developer so is that a good enough reason to install iOS 10 Public Beta to test my apps?
The only thing I'm ever concerned about is battery life. I'm on my second 6S due to battery issues. I have a smart case though so I'm thinking of taking the plunge.
I downloaded it to my daily driver and see no major issues. Enjoying the added features!
So far so good!! No issues here
If you like Bluetooth DONT DO IT. It's real buggy right now. It'll constantly drop the signal.
If you want to yes. Otherwise no.
It's buggy but not terrible.
Not following you: are you running apps on TestFlight? If not, how would the public beta help you?
There is no problem to install the beta on your daily driver because if its not run well enough for you, you can always easily go back to iOS 9.3.2. I install this on my air 2 and and it runs well so I think I will try its on my 6s plus to try the new 3d touch options and raise to wake or something like that.
The only thing I really don't like so far is the new notification center. Especially on the iPad its a step backward.
I'm not using TestFlight but I want to test my apps on iOS 10 instead of iOS 9 so that way I won't spend too much time just to find out it won't work when iOS 10 gets released. I'm also new to coding so I want to learn how to integrate all the new APIs and tools in iOS 10 to get more experience.
I installed it on my Air 2 and it's been fine, other than a few tiny sizing hiccups in a few apps.
In my mind (assuming you can afford it), you should probably be in the Dev Beta program. Also, doesn't XCode provide an emulator (not the same, I know)? All that being said, you can install the Public Beta for any reason you want or for no other reason than you like bleeding edge stuff. I'm sure I don't need to tell you, though, that you should do an archived backup of your system before you install the iOS 10 public beta profile. Then, if you're done testing your app and want to revert, you will be able to do so.
What are you on about? I thought that was the reason we all update.
OT, if you are not experienced with betas then you should at least wait until beta 5, 4 at the earliest. It's usually pretty stable at that point. I'm thinking about updating my iPad but will wait with my iPhone as that's more important to me.
Listen to something on bluetooth for 10 minutes and count how many times your signal gets lost.
Especially if it's a podcast, that's even worse.
If you're into listening to podcasts on your iPhone via bluetooth, DON'T DO IT.
I have two iPhones - personal phone and work iPhone. I installed the PB on my personal phone - so far no issues. On my personal iPad Pro the only issue I've noticed is with my Logitech keyboard case - whenever I hit the return or delete key it jumps my screen to the bottom - very annoying. I'm hoping this gets corrected in the next release . I'm going to wait until the next release comes out before I look to downgrade my iPad. I have a MBA but since getting the iPad Pro I mostly use it for surfing the web and answering emails. I haven't tried any of my games yet to know if there are any issues with those but I suspect not....not a big deal if there are....
Funny I'm having zero issues with Bluetooth