Reasons Not To Update Your iPhone to iOS 8.1.3

iOS 8.1.3 Arriving, But Why Not Upgrade?

Increasingly, new rumors about the release of iOS 8.1.3 soon arrive by Apple: it is believed that the iOS 8.1.3 could be released in this week. There are many users of iPhone and iPad have high expectations for the arrival of this new iOS version, especially the owners of older devices like iPhone 4s, iPad 2 or iPad 3. Although there are many reasons to be excited about this new update from Apple, there are some reasons not to upgrade to iOS 8.1.3 on iPhone launch day, then let’s see what they are.

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iOS 8.1.3 Arrives to Fix The Bugs of iOS 8 and iOS 8.1.2

Late year, Apple launched latest iOS 8.1.2, along with the beta versions of iOS 8.2. As expected, Apple will release iOS 8.2 coming to solve some major problems of iOS 8.

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We all know that the iOS 8.1.2 and Beta of 8.2 is to improve the functioning of iOS 8 and solve some problems about ringtones. But this iOS updates can’t fix all of the iOS 8 problems.

The release of iOS 8.2 may be in next March, although rumors suggest the arrival of a new update these days. As we said before, it is thought that this update is 8.1.3 and is likely to improve the problems of iOS 8.1.2, in addition to closing the doors to Jailbreak.

It is expected that iOS 8.1.3 is an update to correct small errors but which could have a big impact on the performance of iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch. Here we look at some reasons why not update your iPhone or iPad just outside this new version of iOS.

iOS 8.1.3 Could Be More Stable But Could Bring New Problems

IOS 8.1.3 is expected to focus on correcting some of the problems that persist in today’s mobile operating system iOS 8 of Apple iPhone and iPad. However, given its proximity, this version will probably not be fully equipped with bug fixes we all expect.

Minor updates of iOS may eventually cause real problems on devices that could mainly affect significantly drop in battery performance, problems with WiFi and Bluetooth connections, and possibly other problems that arise after its release. Obviously you cannot predict the future of iOS 8.1.3, although it is likely that some users encounter problems after its release.

Of course, there is no way to completely protect our iPhone and iPad problems that can bring this new version of iOS. So it is recommended that if you are enjoying a good user experience with iOS 8.1.2 or lower and you are afraid to start having problems, it would be a matter of waiting a few days before upgrading. This will let you know if other users are experiencing problems after this update and possible solutions.

 

iOS 8.1.3 probably will not have a negative effect on most devices, but equally users of older devices should be cautious way, remember that Apple does not force you to install these updates, so worth the wait.

Do Not Update If You Have Not Prepared Your iPhone

As we know that you are never too prepared for an update of iOS. Before updating the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 5s, 5c, 5, 4S and iPad to iOS 8.1.3 is important to take the time necessary to prepare the device, which will give an opportunity to avoid potential problems that may arise once the upgrade. As you know, there are a number of steps to follow before upgrading to iOS 8.

It is important to take the time necessary to prepare the device since, in case there is a problem with the update, at least for the first few days it will be possible to downgrade or down from the previous version of iOS.

If You Have an iPhone with Jailbreak and Do Not Want To Lose, Just Wait

If you’re using an iPhone with iOS 8.1.2 or later and the jailbreak and do not want to lose, and we recommend that you wait before installing the update to iOS 8.1.3 after his release. It is important to note that iOS 8.1.3 could patch the exploits used by the tool to Jailbreak iOS 8.1.2 and iOS 8.1.1. Even this is not confirmed probably Apple launches this minor update to block Jailbreak before departure of Apples Watch and iOS 8.2.

Currently the team Taig and other hackers are working quickly to launch a new version of the tool to do the Jailbreak, so it is advisable to wait a few days before upgrading, with the aim of verifying whether it will be possible to make the Jailbreak the iPhone and iPad with iOS 8.1.3.

If You’re Traveling, Waiting To Get Home To Update

Although it may be nonsense, if you travel when you leave the new version of iOS 8.1.3, you should wait to get home before updating your iPhone to the latest version of iOS. Why? The reason is that being outside, if you try updating the device via OTA, this could bring several disadvantages, which could leave the unused device until you return, causing major problems such as loss of all information.

If you are using the iPhone to work, it is best to wait before upgrading

If you use your iPhone for work or study and projects and meetings have to do is advisable to wait before upgrading to iOS 8.1.3 and see the reaction of other users, possible problems that could cause this version to the device, as synchronization issues or the battery life and performance of applications, which could affect productivity and job performance.

Of course, these are a few simple tips to avoid problems when updating the iPhone and iPad to iOS 8.1.3, especially for those users who have older devices such as the iPhone 4S and iPad 2. Above all, it is a matter of be patient and wait a few days before installing the new version of firmware for Apple iOS devices supporting 8.

Thanks to: http://www.todoiphone.net/razones-no-actualizar-iphone-ios-8-1-3/

 

 

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