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I never used Pandora or GMail, but it took me a few seconds to get used to the new Kindle app.   Actually, some of the "learning curve" (for me, anyways) has been fun.  It's been like when I first got an iPhone.  I mean, most everything works like it always has.  But every once in a while, there's some funky change.  It's kind of fun figuring it out.   That, or I'm just dumb. :)
 No idea.  It took about 25 minutes for me.  It seems weird that it would be busier now than when I did it (soon after it became available).  But who the heck knows? Hopefully it will jump down to a reasonable time soon.  Good luck, man.
 Umm ... my usage didn't increase anywhere NEAR 3.2GB.  I don't know what you're looking at, but it certainly didn't use that much on my iPhone (or iPad, for that matter). And you don't think that I understood that Siri's problems were a situation caused by overload?  Really?  Does everything need to end with a "/s" these days? EDIT: YAY!  Siri is back.  I can rest soundly tonight. ;)
OK, which of you broke Siri?!  This is the longest relationship I've had in years!  Damn you!   PS:  Siri, while she was working, was HUGELY improved.  
 OK, so it's not just me.  That's good to know. :) I worry about these things sometimes.  LOL
 Honestly, even as a non-military American, I've always used a 24-hr clock on my computer.  Now, I'm just so used to it that I can't imagine anything else.
OK,  finally installing.  Is it my imagination, or did the installation bar click from the old "thicker" one to the new thinner one, more in line with iOS7?
 Coolness. :) OTOH, as I said somewhere else, iTunes Radio just played a Ke$ha song ... so? :) PS: My fault, as my seed song was a Britney Spears song.  I have no one to blame but myself.  Heh.
 Same thing happened to me for a long time.  Eventually, I FLIPPED OUT and hit update on my iPhone repeatedly, over and over, and suddenly it gave me the D/L and Install screen. :) I think there are just too many people trying to d/l, and then there are morons like me hitting the button over and over again.  Sorry. 
 I think the ads go away if you have iTunes Match.  I haven't heard any ads yet. Maybe just lucky? But if not, iTunes Match and ad-free iTunes Radio all for $25/year is a pretty good deal, I guess.
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