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ATT/Apple explain 2.0.2; 2.1 coming

Discussion in 'APPLE iPhone, iPad Tablets and all iOS Devices' started by viewfly, Aug 29, 2008.

  1. viewfly

    viewfly Mobile RF Advisor
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    ATT and Apple explain why 2.0.2 helps some people, but others will see no change. ATT want everyone to upgrade to 2.0.2 to help the general network on 3G

    DailyTech - Report: AT&T Source Explains Exact Technical Details of iPhone 3G Probems


    And 2.1 is coming in September with major fixes:

    AppleInsider | Apple: iPhone security holes, contacts lag, GPS quirks to be fixed soon

    Jobs reportedly responded by saying Apple is "working on a software update for September that should fix most of" the problems, which ranged from network weakness and drop calls to disappearing media items and GPS quirks.
     
  2. charlyee

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    Problems viewfly? The iPhone has problems? :eek:


    (Sorry I couldn't resist teasing you about it, chalk it up to a nice Friday afternoon before a three day weekend. :))
     
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    Have a good weekend. Of course I posted this for the benefits of those that do. My 2 iPhones are working very well. ;)
     

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