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post #81 of 245

Why does my iphone 5 say there are no updates when I have it check for updates. It says I have the laters version. What am I missing??

 

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post #82 of 245
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Originally Posted by macxpress View Post
 

 

Its the same as the GM that was released a week or so ago. This has already been confirmed by others. 7.0.1 has been released for the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s however. 

 

That makes me sad. I found some bugs ;D

post #83 of 245

Must be Chinese population hogging the bloody servers........lol!

 

Can't get anything at all. Only thing that I can download is iTunes 11.1 and that's about it.....

post #84 of 245

Was down to 2 minutes when it bombed   :\  Guess we're many doing this!

post #85 of 245
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That makes me sad. I found some bugs ;D

 

As if its going to be absolutely perfect when it comes out.....Not sure why you expected this. I'm sure 7.0.1 (or 7.0.2 will be out within a week or so to fix things. I wouldn't be surprised if they aren't already working on the next update. 

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post #86 of 245

Tried with my iPhone just now... can't even check for updates.  The servers are getting hit hard...

 

Your = the possessive of you, as in, "Your name is Tom, right?" or "What is your name?"

 

You're = a contraction of YOU + ARE as in, "You are right" --> "You're right."

 

 

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Your = the possessive of you, as in, "Your name is Tom, right?" or "What is your name?"

 

You're = a contraction of YOU + ARE as in, "You are right" --> "You're right."

 

 

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post #87 of 245

iPad mini has finished downloading... waiting on restart...  Off to play!

 

Your = the possessive of you, as in, "Your name is Tom, right?" or "What is your name?"

 

You're = a contraction of YOU + ARE as in, "You are right" --> "You're right."

 

 

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Your = the possessive of you, as in, "Your name is Tom, right?" or "What is your name?"

 

You're = a contraction of YOU + ARE as in, "You are right" --> "You're right."

 

 

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post #88 of 245
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`Well it shouldnt be. Because thats 7.0 and when they do public it would be for example 7.0.1 7.0.2 etc

 

You sure ? Can anyone whose not a developer who finished downloading, confirm what the version number on iOS 7 says..

Settings -> General -> About -> (Version).

 

Im guessing it would be called 7.0.0

post #89 of 245

Installed! Took about 45 minutes in total.

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post #90 of 245
Download took 8 mins on my 4s, preparing update took about 30/40 minutes, it has now restarted and am waiting for the progress bar to ... err .. progress!
post #91 of 245
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Download took 8 mins on my 4s, preparing update took about 30/40 minutes, it has now restarted and am waiting for the progress bar to ... err .. progress!

 

Lol ! what do you live right inside the Apple's Data center's rolling out updates :D ?

post #92 of 245
UK & I didn't start until 18.06 local time!!
post #93 of 245

My iPhone 5 just finished installing (iPad not even close) and I'm getting my first look at IOS 7 now. Looks really cool, but I'll need a few days to play with it before I can say whether it was worth the wait or not. Think I'll turn on iTunes Radio and listen to some music while I wait for my iPad to catch up ;)

post #94 of 245
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Its the same as the GM that was released a week or so ago. This has already been confirmed by others. 7.0.1 has been released for the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s however. 

 

Does that mean the developers who already downloaded GM version , will see "your software is already up to date" , and he wont get any downloads today ?

post #95 of 245

Ugh....  download onto my iPhone 4 was done by 1:10....  but still.....preparing.....update............Zzzzzzzzzzzzzz....... 

post #96 of 245

Yeah. Download took 6 mins. Installation 15 mins. Its running smooth and i like it.

post #97 of 245
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Does that mean the developers who already downloaded GM version , will see "your software is already up to date" , and he wont get any downloads today ?

 

That is correct. If for some reason you wanted to update you'd have to do it through iTunes and force it because to Apple, you already have iOS 7 installed. 

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post #98 of 245

Looks like updates via iTunes (rather than 'on-device') just went live.

post #99 of 245
The iTunes radio concept is cool, obviously like Pandora. Could REALLY do without the commercials. Computers are updated and one out of two phones. Server must be getting hammered.
post #100 of 245
Restarted 5 times on the iOS 7 install (iPhone 5) and so far, so good this time.
post #101 of 245

Finished at 2PM EST so 1 hour for full install to home screen.

 

My iPhone is now like the collision of an Android phone and Legoland.  Not sure I am in love with it but will give it time.

 

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post #102 of 245

iTunes is finally showing the new update is available for my iPhone, but judging by the various errors I get at different stages of the downloads, it would appear Apple opened the floodgates before mirroring of the update files got propagated to all their servers. That might explain why some people are getting it and other aren't. My transfer rates are 6.8MB/s :)

 

Seems that with each attempt, my failure point increases a bit each time, so definitely looks like a propagation issue.

post #103 of 245
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Looks like updates via iTunes (rather than 'on-device') just went live.

 

The on-device method was the only one that worked for me, ironically.  Then again, I still have 10 minutes left, so I shouldn't say that it "worked" quite yet. :)

post #104 of 245

Already bought 4 new songs through iRadio...IOS7 is taking a long time.

post #105 of 245

iPhone 4S updated with iOS 7, but just cannot update iPad 3, get a message that says - An Error Has Occurred'

post #106 of 245
its over an hour after release and my phone (4S) still doesn't show an update available.... what gives. Im on the east coast of the US (def not the middle of nowhere). It's the same whether I try over the air or through iTunes. Just tells me that my iOS 6.1.3 is the latest software available. Is this just the server being down or am I missing something?
post #107 of 245
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The iTunes radio concept is cool, obviously like Pandora. Could REALLY do without the commercials. Computers are updated and one out of two phones. Server must be getting hammered.

 

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.
post #108 of 245
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The on-device method was the only one that worked for me, ironically.  Then again, I still have 10 minutes left, so I shouldn't say that it "worked" quite yet. :)

 

 

It wasn't working until about 2:00.  I was hoping to use the Mac-iTunes-USB-to-iPhone method as the 'on-device' is so slow for me (been 'preparing' for about an hour now...), but the update was available 'on-device' first so I went that route.  Ah, well....

post #109 of 245
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UK & I didn't start until 18.06 local time!!

My clock only goes to 12. 1wink.gif

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post #110 of 245
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its over an hour after release and my phone (4S) still doesn't show an update available.... what gives. Im on the east coast of the US (def not the middle of nowhere). It's the same whether I try over the air or through iTunes. Just tells me that my iOS 6.1.3 is the latest software available. Is this just the server being down or am I missing something?

 

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. 
post #111 of 245
Well it took 3 tries but the update is installing now....... iOS 7 here I come
post #112 of 245
I'm waiting until 2am local time to upgrade. You people had better not be downloading. 1smile.gif

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post #113 of 245
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Originally Posted by msalganik View Post

its over an hour after release and my phone (4S) still doesn't show an update available.... what gives. Im on the east coast of the US (def not the middle of nowhere). It's the same whether I try over the air or through iTunes. Just tells me that my iOS 6.1.3 is the latest software available. Is this just the server being down or am I missing something?

 

Keep trying in a little while.. It's just queue mechanism.. You gotta make it in at the right time :).

Your neighbour might get it, if he managed to make the queue..
It's similar to a busy night club with the Bouncer at the door scenario..
 
When people leave, more get in.. Like wise when people finish downloading the first in the queue makes it in.
post #114 of 245

I wonder what's happening behind the scene's during the Preparing Update phase..

Appears to be stuck on that for the last 10 - 15 mins :D

post #115 of 245

Not sure if this will help anyone. I was over on MacDailyNews, and someone suggested that I unplug my phone and update iOS 7.

 

When my phone was on a charger (not connected to my Mac)  it had a 6 hour download time, over 20/Mbps wifi, unplugged my phone, immediately went down to 16 minutes.

 

Same with my iPad 2, which is complete.  My iPhone is about a third finished with the install.

 

I have an iPhone 4s, and plan on getting a gold iPhone 5s.

post #116 of 245
I always enjoy the install/preorder threads.

We're all doing the same thing. Looking at our phone/comp, staring at a unitless progress bar, thinking, "Did it move forward? No. A moment ago it was about to strike even with the edge of the apple, but it's still there... unless... unless... why don't I have a protractor, clearly my eyes are drawing that line at 89 degrees... surely there was progress. Only now it looks like it went backwards. So I'm certain my eyes can't draw a perpendicular line. If I draw a line from the ambient light sensor, to the left edge of the home button, the point at which that line strikes the progress bar is displaced no more than two mm from the progress indicator. If it is any less than 2 mm I know that it has progressed, and certainly if it passes the point of intersection I will know that there was progress, I'll just know it. Oh, big jump there. My geometry was unneeded. Now, though, if I draw a line from the right edge of the speaker to the right edge of the home button..."

...at least, I hope everyone else is doing this.

My update is that my download is finished, it has rebooted, and the progress bar is now even with the point of intersection between the progress bar and a line that passes through the upper right corner of the screen that is tangent to the left edge of the home button. 1smile.gif
post #117 of 245
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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.

 

No, you're correct. iTunes Match = ad free iTunes Radio.

post #118 of 245
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I wonder what's happening behind the scene's during the Preparing Update phase..
Appears to be stuck on that for the last 10 - 15 mins 1biggrin.gif

It's doing linear algebra problems, just to entertain itself. 1wink.gif
post #119 of 245

took total of 12 minutes thru itunes.

post #120 of 245

downloading on my iphone from around 5 mins to 6pm and, bar showed 1 min remaining and then it crashed.... WTF Apple, not cool!

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