[mac4theblind] Re: IOS 5.1: I am hating! what I'm seeing!

It should not make a difference, and it does not make a difference.
On 08-03-2012, at 8:23, Sarah Alawami wrote:

> No issues here. I'm loving the update. it is snappy and works very very well. 
> do you have an iphone 4 or 3gs as that could make a big difference in the way 
> ios runs.
> On Mar 7, 2012, at 11:12 PM, Christohper-Mark Gilland wrote:
> 
>> Keep in mind that your milage might vary so, I don't want anyone, as I know 
>> some of you would normally do this, to write me and say, you're just being 
>> impatient, you're just calling Apple down, you're just being a jerk, etc. 
>> I'm not hear to flame.  OK?  Get that in your head now!  I'm telling you 
>> what I'm experiencing.  I'm sorry to be rude, but it seems every time I have 
>> a probglem, I either on or off list get bashed for sharing my findings, so I 
>> have to cover my butt first, as this is pretty bad.
>> 
>> 1.  Every one of my e-mail accounts, some pop3, some IMap, and one exchange 
>> that doesn't require a VPN to work all now are completely broken, and when I 
>> try to manuaolly reconfigure them, or even delete them entirely and reset 
>> them up, they still say the server is unavailable, which I darn well know 
>> isn't true, as I'm very successfully checking mail from all accounts on my 
>> macbook, and all my PC.
>> 
>> 2.  The problem with the loud speaker definitely was not addressed, at least 
>> not for me.
>> 
>> 3.  Since updating, my IPhone has frozen at least 5 or 6 times forcing me to 
>> have to not just reset the springboard, but to literally have to hit the 
>> sleep+Home keys and hold to soft reset.
>> 
>> 4.  Voiceover seems to be more sluggish than before.  It's suddle, but it's 
>> definitely noticeable.
>> 
>> 4.  Upon calling myself, I'm finding that my phone only rings maybe 50% of 
>> the time.  Otherwise it's silent.  If I engage the mute switch and put it in 
>> vibrate, I don't seem to have the problem.
>> 
>> 5.  Once updated, I found that my ITunes match was disabled, and I had to 
>> re-enable it.
>> 
>> 6.  Upon updating, I also found that it signed me out of my ITunes store 
>> account and made me have to sign back in.  I got the message the server was 
>> unavailable about 3 times, then finally it decided to work.
>> 
>> 7.  Finally, all of my wifi networks seem to still be saved, however, it for 
>> some reason didn't connect to my home wi-fi automatically, and went to 3G, 
>> thus making me have to manually reconnect.  It's undoubtedly remembering the 
>> network, as it didn't make me retype in my security key, but that's still 
>> strange that it didn't connect to start with.
>> 
>> Needless to say, I'm not liking what I'm seeing so far on my end.  Hopefully 
>> no one else is having all these issues.
>> 
>> Chris. 
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