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  • ahmedsesco Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    same to me i have iphone 4s almost every thing is craching i know from reports on i phone sayying low memory but i cant know how to fix

  • Kayrenee12 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    My iPod is doing the exact same thing. I have an iPod 4, and ever since I downloaded the new update, whenever I go to search something in the App Store, the App Store crashes completely so I can't download anything. Please tell me if this gets resolved. This is serious bull. My brother also has an iPod 4 and he is having the same problem so it's not my iPod.

  • Trockman5150 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Hopefully you have AppleCare. It's a a hardware issue caused by ios6. Your phone will need to be replaced.

  • crazycrader Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Its Apple fault not ours there software update screw it up I be **** to go out and replace my Ipod Touch because they screw it up get it fix our are you going to lose a me as customer!

  • crazycrader Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Its the ios6 update did it not a hardware problem hopefully they get it solve soon!

  • James5wins Level 2 Level 2 (320 points)

    I have pretty much figured it out why and how to stop it but its not a good idea with all of ya's save data.

     

    It works as a new setup and not our previouse data/backup for it. In a way, our files are currupted. When updateing the IOS.

    https://discussions.apple.com/message/19807086#

  • nateracecar5 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I am sorry but I cannot be patient for this to be fixed. Apple only tests there iOS updates on FRESH products, they don't test it with a device that is used for daily uses. They really need to start doing that. They need to get a

    daily-used iPod and back it up. Then they need to put that backup on a fresh iPod with the test iOS 6 and test everything out. That would make there products more efficient. PLEASE DO THIS APPLE!

  • kinksangel Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Since I updated to iOS6 I am having the same problem....iTunes keeps crashing on my  iPod4!  Also, why on earth did you take YouTube off??!!

  • Ybann Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Same here I also experiencing now this annoying problem

    And I hate this..apple should fix this mess!!and pls. Apple

    Before you release new thing u guys should try it out first!!!

    Don't give problem to all idevice user!!!!we want you to

    Solve this problem.. So pls... Fix this

  • Bluesdealer Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have an iPhone 4 and a 3rd gen iPad. On both devices, the App Store is a complete joke. When it doesn't crash, it takes forever to load, runs slow, and even the scrolling is laggy/jittery. It's almost as bad as the Podcasts app.

     

    What happened, Apple?  Your software used to set standards for smoothness, ease of use, and stability. However, judging from Maps, Podcasts, and the new App Store, something seriously went wrong. This isn't an isolated issue, here. What became of the legendary Apple quality?  I'm starting to worry about a return to the dark ages of the 90s, if this trend keeps up...

  • gkdidaxi Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Albeit I have spat my guts out stating my experience so far, I must once again comment. I 100% second the observations from the part of Bluesdealer, for both the AppStore and the PodcastApp... well it seems that we kind of overlooked the issues there... and apart from whatever crashes etc there is indeed a distinctive lag in many cases.

     

    Bluesdealer had every reason to be pessimistic, not because there are signs of mismatch, but because Apple does not react to the manifestation of our frustration.

    Sorry Tim, Sir, but frankly I do not see the purpose of your apology for the drawbacks of the Maps App, as long as the iOS6 adaptation to our multitude of former devices is so poor. No reasonable individual would deny the probability of errors when it comes to high tech evolution, but we are counting more than half a month as of the update and there the "radio silence" from your labs is disappointing. It is not a matter of our word against yours, Apple. Neither is it the attitude of spoiled "fan boys". It is just that we are pretty sure and aware of the way our precious devices react "post mortem" (!) and the fact that you insist on ignoring our standard yet indisputable awareness, is insulting to us. Apple, please BEHAVE!

  • Mr. Pigeon Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    There is a solution: google the name of the app you want in Safari, click the iTunes Store result and it will open in the App Store. Or, just download it via your computer. For those with the iPod locking down, do a hard reset by holding the home and power buttons until the iPod restarts. Hope I helped!!

  • observer1505 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Same problem with mine. Not only AppStore, some apps also not worked good with this new iOS.

    Can you help us, Apple ?

  • Like_a_Boss69 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    What I have found is that if you go to Settings > iTunes & App Stores and turn off automatic downloads it will stop the crashing. If that still doesn't work, go to Settings > General > About click on Advertising (at the bottom) and turn on "Limit Ad Crahing" and that should do it. Hope it helps. It help me.

  • rfuller02 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    You'd think Apple would be all over this since it's keeping people from buying product from the stores. Simple greed should be urging them to resolve this issue. Perhaps their vast cash reserves are keeping them from thinking clearly. Perhaps they don't need any more money with all their raking in from the new iPhone 5. They don't really need all of us older product users. As a matter of fact, why haven't you all upgraded to newer stuff yet!!!!

     

    I'm about ready to move on. Apple's cache is dying.