Don’t fret iPhone 3GS users “Software update coming soon”
Unless you have been living under a rock – or simply don’t care enough – you should know that the Apple iPhone 3GS has been having some issues since the new iOS platform has been issued for it. Since the launch of iOS 4 onto the 3G and 3Gs lines there have been a slew of different issues that have seemingly not been answered. But it looks as if Apple and there cohorts have been addressing the issue and should be making the fix “soon”.
iOs running on a 3G or 3Gs is something that most 3G users would rather not talk about. The issues plaguing the 3G series running iOS 4 can be described as “performance” issues. Check out he parody below that in one way or the other is explaining the some of the issues that are present on iPhone 3G and 3Gs users. But fear not friends as Jobs and the gang know what’s up and are attempting to right the wrongs. The issues have been known for a awhile at this point and the Apple team is currently in the lab attempting to work out the kinks. Recently a frustrated user has sent this email to the notoriously famous CEO of Apple.
I’ve waited patiently through 4.0.1 and 4.0.2, looking for a fix that will make my phone work again. I’ve read the forums that advise me to jailbreak my phone or use some other method so I can downgrade back to a version of iPhone 3, however I’m not prepared to use a method that is not supported by Apple.
The reply from Job’s himself “Software update coming soon” being short and simple it is surely a letdown. Other than the fact that we know there working on it, should this not have been addressed upon release of the OS update for the models. Were the tested models working up to par on the Apple campus? I don’t own an iPhone but I feel that Apple owes all of you at least an apology or a “my bad” kind of answer here. We know a software update is coming soon. What other choice do you have?
Let us know if you have updated your 3G or 3Gs to iOS 4, and if you have experienced the same issues found in this quite hilarious video.ios, AT&T, iOS 4, Apple, Apple iPhone