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Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by kailibur, Sep 16, 2013.
title explains everything, and I am going off MST.
MST here also. Usually around 11 AM.
Thanks! I have never updated as soon as it was available, is it usually extremely slow around that time?
Yes. Everyone is usually trying to downl,oad the update at once, slowing down the server.
That really depends. Last year, I downloaded iOS 6 OTA on my (now former) iPhone 4S within 5-10 minutes of it coming out, and it had updated to iOS 6 in about the same amount of time.
Internet connection is important - I was on my university's Wi-Fi network which is about 30-40 Mbps. Much faster than my home wifi.
slow downloads and slow activation w/ iTunes, takes about 3 days after the newly released phone for things to settle down.
The time that comes up in other multiple threads (just from today too) that are discussing this.
Historically the latest was around 10:00am PDT. Here are the postings that Macrumors made when each version was released.
iOS 6.0 was released around 9:43 am PDT on Sept 19th, 2012.
iOS 5.0 was released around 10:05 am PDT on October 12, 2011
iOS 4.0 was released around 9:34am PDT on June 21, 2010
iOS 3.0 was released around 7:20 am PDT on June 17, 2009
iOS 2.0 was released around 5:13 am PDT on July 11, 2008
I wouldn't even try to download the new iOS on the first day. I would wait a few days for all the hysteria to die down.
That's what I always say
but when I see it's up I just can't resist and click