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Lt. Leviathan Level 2 (450 points)

Hello Apple Users,


As most of you know, the iOS 6 update has brought many problems for 4th generation iPod Touch users including but not limited to: Appstore crashes, app crashes, Wi-Fi problems, Music problems, iMessage failure, FaceTime failure, missing apps, and more.

I have been waiting for iOS 6.0.1 to come out and address these problems.

Now the next update has finally come out, even though it seems to be targeted to fix the newer devices rather than the 4th generation iPod Touch and older.

I have now updated, but I am unsure what is possibly fixed or what is not. I did not have most of the issues that most of the other users had, so I can't say whether this update helps with those problems at all.


I am looking for what bugs may have been fixed with iOS 6.0.1 that were caused by iOS 6.0.0, so I would be able to see what bugs I would encounter if I were to upgrade from iOS 5 to iOS 6

I would appreciate it if everyone who has updated to iOS 6.0.1 on a 4th generation iPod Touch could post their knowledge about this update and what it fixed in this thread.


Questions to answer:

1.Are any of the problems you had when you upgraded to iOS 6 fixed after the iOS 6.0.1 update?

2.Did you discover any new problems with iOS 6.0.1 in addition to the problems of iOS 6.0.0?

3.Did you have any of the problems mentioned above or that any other iOS 6 user has encountered after upgrading straight from iOS 5 to 6.0.1?

4.What other information about the iOS 6.0.1 update can you provide?


Thank you,


~Lt. Leviathan

iPod touch, iOS 6, 4th Generation
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