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Do you plan to update your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to iOS 7?
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As if we have much of a choice. All it takes is one freeze-up that requires doing an iTunes restore after Apple has stopped signing iOS 6...
We'll probably update the iPad, as that's the only iOS device we have left and it's a peripheral, not a primary (i.e. phone or computer) device, so who cares if it looks a little funny or we need to learn a couple of new tricks, eh?
Definitely not. Having seen it, it's a poor, rather amateur update. Also, interestingly, it does not free up processor capacity which should have been a prerequisite.
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