It certainly did not take long for Apple to need to update iOS 14.0 with some bug fixes.
Earlier this week I downloaded and installed iOS 14.0.1 on my iPhone 8+, and it seems to be working without problems.
- Tom -
Glad I did, too.
it's the dog's fault
Still have significant issues even with the new release. Particularly when it comes to Apple Watch and the Watchos upgrade to 7.0.1
Everything working well on our phones.
I waited a few days after updating my iPhone and then updated my iPad Pro. So far there do not seem to be any problems with it.
loaded it on iPad only....Not iPhone 8+ due to reported Phone connect issues that took her phone offline for 3 days before database problems were fixed.... on first 13 Upgrade...
Battery usage on 14.01 is greater than 13.x on her iPad... I measure 15% loss per hour... on zoom was half of that prior.... This was before and after 2 zoom updates post 14.01....
Awaiting next update iPhone remains at 13.x
If you have Synology NAS's... and using DS APPS with 14.x, note that there is specific things that must be done in 14 to get app working without errors, that are 14 related... not DS APP Related
My old 6 just keeps on working with 12.4.8
I haven't noticed battery issues on my iPad or iPhone under 14.01, but of course you may be right especially for your iPad.
For some reason my iPhone SE (2020 version) balked every time at updating from 13.x to 14.0. I tried every Apple support suggestion and independent website suggestion I could find to fix that problem, wasting hours, but it was no-go here. But 14.01 loaded on the phone just fine. /shrug?
And my iPad updated to both 14.0 and 14.0.1 on the first try with no resulting problems.
Ever since updating to 14.01 my Ipad keeps shutting down and telling me the battery is dead, plug it in to recharge and the battery meter is showing 47 percent . Once I get to around 40 percent battery, the unit shuts down. Hope they can fix this in a future update patch
After I did my iPad update I found that all the settings to allow apps to update in the background were enabled. Supposedly, after a iPadOS update, this causes increased battery drain as the apps are going out looking for an update, which often does occur. I prefer most of the app background updates to be disabled, except for a select few commonly used apps.
To check, go to Settings > General > Background App Refresh. Make your selections there, or disable all. You will still be alerted of a pending update by a number that appears near the app store icon.
Thanks, updating now.
Sure enough after checking the settings on my wife's iPad, I found they were all enabled.
terms | privacy | contactCopyright © 2006-2020