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What happened to the YouTube iPad app after the iOS6?

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  • James Ward4 Level 7 Level 7 (23,125 points)
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    Dec 7, 2012 11:47 AM (in response to Marc45)

    No

  • TooMuchSecurity! Calculating status...

    You're right - in my opinions I can only speak for myself, but again you miss the point.  Please address the issues I raised regarding Apple's lack of warning to all customers of the loss of one of the most-used apps, the lack of an opt-out during upgrade for all customers, and the lack of ability to revert back to iOS5 after the upgrade for all customers.  I'm talking about the big picture, not whether you yourself like iOS6 or not, but did Apple properly consider the impact on the customer.

  • frazzm737 Level 2 Level 2 (425 points)

    After downloading, but before installing the new OS, there was a list of changes which you should have read before clicking on 'agree.'  I distinctly remember reading at the beginning of that list that You Tube app was removed.  The change to Apple Maps was also mentioned.  So Apple did give you a warning which you apparently did not bother reading.

  • Darygal64 Calculating status...

    Someone please shoot me now, but first tell me how to leave this conversation!

  • James Ward4 Level 7 Level 7 (23,125 points)

    TooMuchSecurity! wrote:

     

    You're right - in my opinions I can only speak for myself, but again you miss the point.  Please address the issues I raised regarding Apple's lack of warning to all customers of the loss of one of the most-used apps, the lack of an opt-out during upgrade for all customers, and the lack of ability to revert back to iOS5 after the upgrade for all customers.  I'm talking about the big picture, not whether you yourself like iOS6 or not, but did Apple properly consider the impact on the customer.

    I already have addressed it.

  • lkrupp Level 4 Level 4 (3,085 points)

    Darygal64 wrote:

     

    Someone please shoot me now, but first tell me how to leave this conversation!

     

    It's now just posturing by people with axes to grind and an unwillingness to just let it go. People stating personal opinion as indisputable fact and defending it to the death no matter what. Both sides. Moral outrage that Apple does not kowtow to their individual needs.

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