Not an 'S'. Anybody tried it?
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Downloading now on iPad 2....
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Downloading now on my iPhone 4S. ETA four hours! Think I'm streaming it straight from Steve's HDD in heaven.
iTunes 11.1 turned up as well. No iTunes Radio though, I notice...
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Got iPad Mini and iPhone 5 (and iTunes updates on 3 computers) done in just over an hour altogether.
Major, what speed is your internet connection? 4 hours is insane for just the download. (That bit only took about 7 minutes.)
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8Mb or thereabouts. The iTunes 11.1 update was finished in less than two minutes, this is apparently 1.19gb, and similar downloads don't usually take very long. Not sure what cacophony of servers I'm receiving it through.
having to do a restore on the 4s
Not a HiFi Nut. Just has a pile of Nads.
I quit it and started it again, now I seem to be receiving it at a more-acceptable 1 megabyte per sec, which is about the going-rate on my line.
God alone knows what spaghetti-junction of servers I was routed through last time lol. I just assumed it was high volume of traffic at Apple's end, considering this is 'the' day.
... this is apparently 1.19gb, and similar downloads don't usually take very long. Not sure what cacophony of servers I'm receiving it through.
My iPhone 5 said the download was 752MB. (I didn't do the updates via a 'host' iTunes but direct from phone/tablet in settings - general - software update). l use Virgin Media cable 20Mbps 'L' and Wi-fi via AirPort Extreme.
Make sure your devices have their re-charging leads plugged in though.
nw need to activate my phone.FFS why and it is having issues. happy i have a spare phone.
...after all that I get an error message: "Software Update Failed. An error occurred downloading iOS 7.0", and after half an hour downloading it too.
Maybe I'll wait a few days until the cretins have debugged their method of delivering it...
Just hold down the control button and the power off button together for a few seconds until it powers off.
Power it back on. Plug in it's recharger lead (into USB on computer or mains adapter) and go to settings - general - software update.
That worked for me without problems on two devices.
Yeah just tried that, just after my last post. Got three quarters way through the download then gave me the same "Software Update Failed" message. I'm in no rush; I'll come back to it in a few days. One way or another, it has to be related to too many people trying to download it at once.
On an i5 - using the phone, the 1st attempt's ETA was 5 hours, then it said: 'Software Update Failed.' Immediately tried again via my MBP and all done and dusted in approx 20 mins.
Ooo, it's like having a new phone, lots of useful goodies and seems a wee bit speedier all round, but Siri now sounds a bit muffled / gloomy compared to his chipper old self.
Generally very chuffed, unlike my 2.5-year spell with Android - when it was only 6 months old, the HTC handset was deemed 'obsolete / ineligible' for any full Android update. The only update it was ever sent was a mild tweak to fix the recalcitrant and erratic trackball
EDIT: not so keen on iOS 7's new Clock[s], all looks a bit bleak / cold, preferred the old tumbler thingy's design
Thought I'd give it one last go before I went to bed, so attempt number 5 (two via iTunes, two via phone itself, this 5th via iTunes again). Got half way through the download, now I get "There was a problem downloading the software for the iPhone. An unknown error occurred (9006)"
Jolly poor show, Apple. This most certainly is NOT the 'it just works' Apple we knew of old . Mr Jobs will be turning in his grave.
I'll try again tomorrow. If that fails I'll just give up!
how is it on ipad2, concerned its gonna be slow and buggy, is that your experience?
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