Karma's a Bitch, isn't it Apple?
No, no, no. It's not a BSoD. Apple has dumped millions into marketing this as a 'chromatically pleasant battery-saving task killer'.
Lol, I couldn't be laughing harder.
GOOOOOOOOOO APPLE!!!! LOL!
HA! You guys are hilarious. Pretty ironic actually to see this day come.
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Lets see, I also have a iPhone 5s with iOS 7.02 installed, exchange activesync doesn't want to connect to the corporate server over 3 or 4g data, but connects perfectly over wi-fi. Access to the app center is spotty over mobile data, again works perfectly over wifi. Funnily enough I have a iPhone 4s also running iOS 7.02 which works perfectly in all regards. Seems to be a bug in the phones firmware independent of the OS. Not happy Apple . Should have got a Samsung .
It's very likely that cern741 is a Samsung astroturfer, btw:
Haven't seen this issue but I just updated 10 of the iPads at my work to ios7 and in doing so somehow killed the ability to use wifi... After the update the toggle button to turn wifi on and off turned a lighter shade of gray. After close all programs, hard rebooting, resetting all network settings, and connecting to a computer and restoring, all apple can tell me is to bring it to a store and they will replace it. Not sure what caused it but searching online it's a known issue. 9/10 ain't bad, right? Scary part is we have 40 more iPads to update on my campus alone, 4 more dead iPads won't cut it.
That's a pretty scandalous claim there, dozart. What makes you so sure?
There is nothing wrong with the phone, the users are simply looking at it wrong.
It's a feature, Trev, a feature!
Cough cough Android cough cough. Iphone..lol
Oh the irony of an Apple product getting a BSOD.
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