You get your facts wrong and then call me a twat; maybe the truth hurts and you're lashing out at someone who has publicly shown you to be wrong.
Yes, people are entitled to do what they want with their devices provided it doesn't harm others.
Some people buy iPhones just to smash them up with a hammer or put them in a blender.
Others choose not to upgrade, I'm fine and can live with all that.
The fact is though, iOS 7 introduced some new features and capabilities, it wasn't just a bug and performance fix.
Users have felt iOS 7 to be compelling enough to put on 90% of iOS devices.
There's nothing wrong with being in the minority; you do miss out on the new features and capabilities.
If you're happy with that then you're happy, nobody can take that away from you.
There are aspects of iOS7 I don't like but on balance for me the benefits far outweigh the grumbles.
Nothing is perfect in life.
Why would you need to argue this?? Don't you think I knew/know what I'm doing with my devices? I'm happy for those 90% percent of users that are on iOS7, but I didn't see value in it and choose not to update.
I still have original jail broken iPhone 16GB (that works and I do use it), girlfriend had 3GS, first iPad 3G, now 4s and iPad 4G - I went through quite a number of iOS releases and I just started questioning the need to update unless there's an urgent need for it.... there are few apps on my list that work only with iOS7 and I know I will upgrade my phone in near future to get them. However I'm certain that if there was a way to downgrade down to iOS6, those numbers wouldn't be as high as they are.