Posts tagged iOS 4.3
So you upgraded your iOS firmware to iOS 4.3.1 which Apple rolled out last night and are now looking to go back to iOS 4.3? Listed after break is an easy to follow guide which will enable you to downgrade iOS 4.3.1 to iOS 4.3 in no time.
Well Well Well what have we here. Apple has rolled out the first update for the not so old iOS 4.3. Yes iOS 4.3.1 is the name of the latest iOS update and from the looks of the version number it is a minor update.
BGR have managed to get the yet to be released iOS 4.3.1 update on their iPhone thanks to their unnamed Apple source and their saying is that the first minor update for iOS 4.3 will bring an end to the serious battery supping issue that is plaguing the owners of iOS 4.3 enabled iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
Several iDevice users including one from the Macrumors forum have identified the main culprit behind the iOS 4.3 battery drain issue. It is none other than Apple’s sad excuse for a musical social network, Ping.
BGR has received a tip from their anonymous source according to which Apple will release iOS 4.3.1 in one to two weeks time. This is a rumor that I want to believe keeping in mind the flaws that iOS 4.3 has brought in graphical glitches and the serious looking battery drain issue.
Not so long ago, we shared with you the not so good news of iOS 4.3 severely draining down the precious battery life of the compatible iPod touch and iPhone models. Today, we have a possible fix for the painstaking issue thanks to @iThinkiTweeted. More on this after the jump.
Boy these iOS 4.3 issues just keep popping up, don’t they? Hot on the heels of reports of iOS 4.3 severely affecting battery life of iPhone and iPod Touch users, we now have another serious issue (reported by Engadget) of Apple’s latest iOS firmware update bringing graphical glitches for iPod Touch users.
MuscleNerd of iPhone Dev Team has pointed our attention to a lengthy but interesting write-up. I say interesting because the article has what you have been waiting for a long long time – unlock for iPhone 4.
An increasing number of iPhone and iPod Touch users which includes iLounge editors are complaining of iOS 4.3 severely affecting the battery life of their iDevices which is a big disappointment for Apple fan boys.
The Register has published a report which reveals a rather shocking fact – iOS 4.3 is hampering performance of the web apps when launched from the home screen of your iPhone or iPad.