iOS 4.0 How buggy can it be?

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  1. Flea

    Flea New Member

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    People keep saying that upgrading to 4.0 isn't that great because it's so buggy...
    My question: how buggy is it?
    Does it ruin the experience of the new features?
    It can't be that bad...
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    Its the little annoying bugs that will get you the most
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    There are no HUGE bugs, but there are so many small bugs that they can add up and start to really piss you off.

    I always use betas though, so I'm used to a bunch of little bugs. As long as it's not too bad of a bug, then I ignore it.
  4. Flea

    Flea New Member

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    What are they?
    Any that will interrupt day-to-day average usage?
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    For example, my Safari stops rotating sometimes and gets stuck.
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    One bug that I noticed is at WiFi settings. Sometimes, I can't turn him ON! Same at Bluetooth.

    2rd bug is at music player. When I press "forward" more than 3 times is getting stuck and after few seconds reboots my device
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    From experience, it really isn't worth upgrading unless you're a developer and/or have your UDID registered with Apple..
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    Well you can't upgrade without at least a registered UDID...
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    Agreed!

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  10. Flea

    Flea New Member

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    The safari and Wi-Fi bugs wouldn't bother me...
    But something rebooting my device probably would.
    I don't really use the screen controls though, I use the thingy on the head phones.
    Any bugs with that?

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