If you haven't updated to iOS 5
by now, let's face it: you never will
. It's cool. We get it. Some of us are still using Netscape, too. For the rest of the iOS universe, though, iOS 5 has almost certainly been installed, and now that you've had a few weeks to tinker with it, we're interested in seeing what quirks are being found. We've received a number of reports surrounding call connection issues (on both Verizon Wireless and AT&T), "invalid SIM" warnings, a bug that shows an inbox as being full (when it clearly isn't) and iCloud refusing to load email altogether. Oh, and then there's that pesky Siri
pincode bypass -- tsk, tsk! Toss your vote in below, and converse amongst yourselves in comments. Sharing is caring!
What's broken (or working) for you in iOS 5?
|All's well! No gripes here!||19398 (26.3%)|
|Call connection issues! Argh!||1621 (2.2%)|
|Terrible battery since since the upgrade!||11588 (15.7%)|
|This "Invalid SIM" thing is driving me nuts!||1038 (1.4%)|
|iOS thinks my inbox is full. It isn't. Discuss.||531 (0.7%)|
|iCloud is definitely not being magical.||5342 (7.2%)|
|Siri, why are you not working?||5223 (7.1%)|
|I've got other iOS 5 issues.||6499 (8.8%)|
|I'm choosing this option because none of the others apply.||22492 (30.5%)|
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