lkrupp wrote: »
Sarcasm noted but you are describing actual user attitudes. The user that starts bitching because the release is delayed will also the first one to scream bloody murder if they are hit by a bug. They will declare Apple incompetent on both sides. Because negativity gets attention and eyeballs I can just imagine the outrage on the Apple discussion forums and demands for instructions to regress back to Watch OS 1.0.1
I should probably just stop reading forums altogether.
noicc1138 wrote: »
I wonder if I found the bug. I'm running the watchOS 2 gold master. I just updated my weather channel app. It supports the new complication feature. When I tried to open the app on my watch it says unable to find location. Yet in settings on the iPhone it has location set to always. Runs fine on my iPhone.
pscooter63 wrote: »
Not a surprise, this is bleeding-edge stuff. Patience, people.
Most of the better known Android Wear watches that shipped with the original Wear software have been updated to the latest version.
Back in early June the Android Wear update was delayed specifically on the Moto 360 due to performance issues while most others watches received it at that time.
zaba wrote: »
Wish I had an Apple Watch.
Yes, it is.
Get a (better) job, save up, go to the Apple Store and ask nicely for one.
Better right than fast.
Finally, iOS 9 is now live. 1.2 GB over the air update.
I can't update to OS9 here in Belgium for the moment.
It is the first time I'm trying to do this, so quickly, before I wait a few weeks.
Now I see what a waist of time it is to be first. It is not a complain to Apple, just to myself.
I've been trying to get a better job for 4 years.
even iOS 9 GM users have an update mine was 42mb