Should I Update My iPhone, iPad or iPod touch To iOS 6?
Apple released their 6th generation of mobile operating system couple of days ago and boy it’s fast. A lot of people asked about my reviews and take on iOS 6 but the most common question was “Should I update my iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to iOS 6?”. First of all I apologise for writing a little late than everyone else, now coming back to the original ask. I’ve been using iOS 6 from a long time and from past couple of days I’m using the final build on all iOS devices. The final build is much stable and significantly faster than all iOS 6 beta builds released by the fruit company during last couple of months.
iOS 6 packs more than 200 new features but I was shocked when a lot of people raised a very simple question; “Do we really need all these features?”. Honestly, it depends on whether you want them in your iOS devices or not. In my opinion, iOS 6 is by far the most fast, responsive and stable version of iOS I’ve ever seen. There are plenty of useful features including system wide Facebook integration which makes iOS 6 a lot better then iOS 5. That said, iOS 6 by default becomes the top choice for any iOS device user. Be it iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPad 2, iPad 3 or any other iOS device iOS 6 is a must have.
But if you rely on jailbreaking and iPhone unlocking I strongly recommend that you stay on iOS 5.1.1. There is no official stable jailbreak available for iOS 6 as yet and there is no way to unlock any iPhone running iOS 6. iPhone-Dev team is working on releasing a tethered jailbreak for iOS 6 but there is no ETA. It is also important to note here that the jailbreak will be TETHERED which means you will have to connect your device with computer every time you restart to boot it in jailbroken state.
There are a few iOS 6 jailbreaking tutorials floating around the web but we strongly recommend you guys to stay away from them because they’re not stable.
We will keep you updated on this, stay tuned!
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