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pat500000

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I actually like iOS 3.2.2. It's the most stable and battery saving for my iPad. Even though it doesn't have folder function, it sure as hell got me through more than a day with my iPad.
 

SHirsch999

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For me, iOS 9. I'm loving being able to add attachments to emails for one, and use the slide over and split screen constantly. I am looking forward to all of the developers out there updating their apps to take advantage of these features.
 

DavidLynch

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iOS 9. I've liked each one better than the last, though a couple have had some growing pains before they became as stable as I'd like (here's lookin at you iOS 8).
 

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iOS 9 PB3 on an Air 2. Split view is great, and will be awesome when it supports non-Apple apps.

I have dragged my feet at various times in the past and been several versions out of date. It's too much of a handicap not being able to install newer apps and not being able to update older apps. There are also security and convenience issues. I don't know how you're still managing on 3.2.2 - my hat is off to you! ;)
 

pat500000

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Still running the last version of iOS6 on my iPad3, best performance. Funny thing is, I've never found a reason to upgrade, as all my apps are still working with iOS6. :D
what do you like about it?
 

pat500000

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Ios6 was the best all-around version if you had the iPad 4 or earlier. Web browsing would fly on it, zero page reloads...with ios 7 and later, performance began to suffer.
yeah that happened to me...
 
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