iOS 7 download finally went live and allowed Apple users to update their iDevices to the latest software. But should you download iOS 7 now or wait a little longer?
iOS 7 brings a new design and interface to your Apple device. Aside from new aesthetics, the new software upgrade will also usher in a new iTunes Radio and a new Control Center. The new music streaming feature will expand pre-existing iTunes features such as being able to build radio stations around a fave artist; it will also have featured stations. On the other hand, the new Control Center will finally put your devices most-used settings front and center.
The iPhone 4, 4S and 5; iPod Touch 5th Generation; iPad 2, 4 and Mini are the devices that support the new iOS 7.
iOS 7 can be downloaded Over-The-Air update or through iTunes. There are sources claiming that it is best to download the software via iTunes just in case you do not have enough space in your device to accommodate the new mobile software.
But in the first place, you may want to think twice before downloading and installing the new iOS 7 to your Apple device. Below are five reasons why you should not download iOS 7 yet to your Apple device:
Download Traffic Jam - The first day is always downloading mania, where a lot of users get notification to update their OS and they do. Usually, it will only take minutes to download the new mobile software, but it could take several hours when a lot of users are already downloading the software to their devices.
Some Apps Are Not Yet Ready - Beta versions of the new iOS 7 allowed app developers to tweak their apps to work flawlessly in the new software. However, this may not be the case in all apps. Some apps could be readying their iOS 7 updates, and users may experience some flaws in using an app that is not fully updated.
iOS 7 Still Has Bugs and Problems - Although iOS 7 was released in six beta versions, it is most likely that the new OS will still have some bugs and problems that will be resolved with the release of iOS 7.0.1 or 7.0.2 in the next few days or weeks.
You Have No Time to Learn - You may not have time, or enough of it, to learn all of the updates included in the iOS 7. According to some reviewers, since iOS 7 gives off a different feel, there is also a learning curve in using the new mobile software.
Updating Has No Turning Back - Once you update to iOS 7 and find that it is buggy or it eats up your battery life, there is no turning back or going back to iOS 6.
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