4 Replies Latest reply: Dec 2, 2015 11:38 AM by userremoved
userremoved Level 1 Level 1
Should I upgrade to the latest software update on my iPod Touch? I saw some users doing that, and that cause battery probems, low battery when it is not in use.
Solved by NYtroutbum on Nov 27, 2010 5:47 PM Solved
Gnome.....I've seen this forum/hospital analogy several times now, and it just doesn't hold water. First of all, in a hospital there are professional medical personnel to help you. The patients don't take care of other patients. Secondly, if I want to find out whether my ailment is really something of concern, common, or how to deal with it, I'd go to a hospital, maybe even investigate medical records. I wouldn't go to where all the happy healthy people are. Finally (and fortunately), most people don't experience any number of diseases or birth defects I could mention. That doesn't mean that millions do suffer from such problems. We shouldn't use supposed rarity as an excuse to cut research spending or attention to such very real issues (again, mostly not "self-inflicted"). I'm very happy you have had a good experience with Apple, but there are a large number of folks who have not and are both angry and disappointed with Apple's lack of meaningful and public response to a multitude of iOS 4.x problems. Please give the hospital comment a rest and try to be less condescending to your poor sick brothers and sisters who cannot afford to buy every newly released Apple device.
  • roaminggnome Level 10 Level 10
    Do whatever you like.

    Most ipod users never have an issue with any upgrade.

    This is a support forum, os this is where people with issues come for help. Just as a hospital is full of sick people, this forum has many people with issues ( many self inflicted).
  • Andy :] Level 2 Level 2
    blin920 wrote:
    Should I upgrade to the latest software update on my iPod Touch? I saw some users doing that, and that cause battery probems, low battery when it is not in use.


    Its up to you. Do you need the new features or have specific apps that require iOS 4.2.1?
  • NYtroutbum Level 1 Level 1
    Gnome.....I've seen this forum/hospital analogy several times now, and it just doesn't hold water. First of all, in a hospital there are professional medical personnel to help you. The patients don't take care of other patients. Secondly, if I want to find out whether my ailment is really something of concern, common, or how to deal with it, I'd go to a hospital, maybe even investigate medical records. I wouldn't go to where all the happy healthy people are. Finally (and fortunately), most people don't experience any number of diseases or birth defects I could mention. That doesn't mean that millions do suffer from such problems. We shouldn't use supposed rarity as an excuse to cut research spending or attention to such very real issues (again, mostly not "self-inflicted"). I'm very happy you have had a good experience with Apple, but there are a large number of folks who have not and are both angry and disappointed with Apple's lack of meaningful and public response to a multitude of iOS 4.x problems. Please give the hospital comment a rest and try to be less condescending to your poor sick brothers and sisters who cannot afford to buy every newly released Apple device.
  • userremoved Level 1 Level 1
    I guess I will stick with the current software update, so no more newly software update.