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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 151007 11-Aug-2014 00:10
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Hi folks,
Is noone else seeing these fails of the IOS 7.21 (think that's the one - current one anyway) at the moment?

I see its elsewhere on the web their servers are failing.

Actually dont care if its 6 or 7.something, but these guys so often refuse to let us decide which we use! Should be several versions on offer, not just the current one. Don't do this often so if other versions are available somewhere let me know!

Or does anyone have it somewhere I can pull it down?

I'd have thought once a couple of people had downloaded an IOS version that it would be cached (esp a 1.1GB file!)and not pushing the apple servers anyway, how come.

All I want to do is update an app and its turning into a nightmare - first 113MB just to update Itunes!! Then 10x that for the ios.

What am I supposed to do when the file wont come down?? Other than grizzle about it here...
Greg


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  Reply # 1106150 11-Aug-2014 07:04
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I just did the OTA update for ipad and iPhone that went without a hitch, it's a much smaller update file. Then once it installed I synced them both to itunes on my PC.
Our work did put out a notice to say this was happening when the update was released, and as far as I know there isn't a fix released for it as of yet.

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