Do you know how to get rid of the iOS 7 that is downloaded onto the phone for those that do not want to update? Anyone else know?
gatorguy wrote: »
I don't think that method will stop iOS7 from automatically downloading, tho of course it shouldn't automatically install. What you may have confused it with is individual updates for various iTunes apps.
This is an insult to retards (ie those who are truly mentally challenged).
Hopefully he will win this one - lots of people have exactly the same feeling, particularly since: (a) one is not even able to roll back if so desired; (b) iOS7 installation is just one tap away and doesn't carry any warning or double-confirmation possibility.
But of course, pundits are gonna call me a "troll" for that opinion - what, me worry?
I wonder if this is brlawyer from this forum?
He's always complaining about iOS7
Haha, nope Actually you'd be surprised at how much of an Apple fanatic I am, having converted at least 30 people to Macs/iDevices over the last five years. But yes, pretty much everything post-SJ seems to be going downhill.
Just to be clear (I downloaded the beta, and haven't had any inclination to downgrade), but does Apple force an upgrade to iOS7 and prevent downgrading to iOS6?
Given that there are "adoption rates" published, the former seems (to me) unlikely, and Apple have never previously blocked the latter, so I don't see what grounds this guy has.
If he doesn't like iOS7, just download iOS6 from any number of websites, and revert. Sure, it requires a little bit of savvy, and it'd be helpful if Apple themselves supported it, but it's hardly a major obstacle requiring legal representation.
woodycurmudgeon wrote: »
Oh yeah, name Tim Cook as the defendant because every feature decision is 100% the decision of the CEO.
What a retard.
mstone wrote: »
Apple really shouldn't auto download iOS 7. I was holding off installing it on my phone, but now it is already on the phone waiting to be installed. By the time I want it, there will probably be a new point update which will also need to be downloaded. To make matters worse is that it used up a gig of my data plan because it thought it had wifi when actually it was my cellular hot spot. That right there cost $10 plus it is using up another gig of my storage space, not that big of a deal since I have a 64GB model but still they just should not do that without your permission. Would I sue over it? - hell no.
All hell would break loose if any other company downloaded a huge file that cannot be removed onto a customer's phone without their permission.
Tim Cook settles by giving that man 1st Spot outside of Apple store for the next iPhone release!
No wonder America carries burden of 50 % of losers. Deport them all from where their ancestors came from, for America to be a better place
corporate thuggery, free software updates? I don't think that's a definition of corporate thuggery.
I think this guy just wants attention and this is a LOT cheaper than spending hundreds of thousands on a cup of coffee with Tim Cook. :-)
Tell him to get an Android. Then he won't have any updates...
Phone 5 is locked and in an international roaming area. The wifi hot spot is unlocked and has a local sim. I have a local unlocked iPhone 4 for calling locally and I use Skype for long distance, international calling. There is no cable service for broadband where I am so all my data comes through the cellular wifi hot spot.