Apple sends out iOS 6.0.2 to fix bugs, but some are unable to close the deal
If you're having a problem with the OTA process, you can go old-school and plug into iTunes to grab iOS 6.0.2. We should, for the sake of journalistic balance, tell you that not everyone is having a problem with the update via OTA. How is it going for you? Regardless if you've had a problem installing iOS 6.0.2, or it was a snap for you to update your Apple device, let us know by dropping us a comment below.
1. ckoch125 posted on 18 Dec 2012, 14:36 1
Got the unable to connect at first then finally let me install
27. CRICKETownz posted on 19 Dec 2012, 22:30 0
almost like having to replace my SIM card before my GS3 would recognize that there was new software available. chill w/the thoughtless comments. issues happen all across the board.
31. PhenomFaz posted on 20 Dec 2012, 07:32 0
sheesh byt he size of your comment and your going out of the way just to prove your point...i think you're the one buddy who neeeds a chill pill man! and yeah one more thing why did you have to take tghe example of a GS3 only :)
anyways calling my comments thoughtless isnt cool bro...especially if you're an apple fanboy...we all think and are entitled to our opinions...so thoughtless is akin to name calling and you dont wanna go down that road on PA...trust me!
so unless you've a valid point or just a genuine opinion which I respect...dont bother to troll on my commetns!
2. Insignificant posted on 18 Dec 2012, 14:38 32
Knowing Apple, they'll soon send out 184.108.40.206 with the advertisement: "With a new and improved update, you can now update your update to update! This changes everything again!"
5. Razorback556 posted on 18 Dec 2012, 15:54 13
I created an account just to thumbs up this comment!
19. quakan posted on 19 Dec 2012, 01:31 0
Isn't it funny your username is Insignificant and your comment was...well I think you get what I'm saying.
20. iDroidWin posted on 19 Dec 2012, 01:32 0
Best iOS 6.0.2 update since 6.0.1 or Best thing happened to iOS 6 since iOS 6.0.1
3. theoak posted on 18 Dec 2012, 14:50 4
The update is only for the iPad mini and the iPhone 5.
7. big.e927 posted on 18 Dec 2012, 16:04 1
If it truly were only for the iPad mini and the iPhone 5, why did the article have to mention the iPhone 4&4S? Oh, that's right, because they can receive the update too-- that's why.lol
11. gravityron posted on 18 Dec 2012, 18:12 5
go to support.apple.com/kb/DL1621 ... pay attention to the right-hand side, under "system requirements."
18. quakan posted on 19 Dec 2012, 01:27 1
Post Date: Dec 18, 2012
Download ID: DL1621
Just in case you didn't find your way over to Apple's website. :-)
23. rusticguy posted on 19 Dec 2012, 03:35 0
Goes to prove that they are either bigger or smaller version of the same thing packages as something different :)
4. visor posted on 18 Dec 2012, 14:50 2
Download first time via Settings and install ok for me.
6. Synack posted on 18 Dec 2012, 16:01 12
I used to enjoy getting updates when I had an Android, there were IMPROVEMENTS and fun stuff. iOS updates are bug fixes and boring s**t.
10. scorpio1646 posted on 18 Dec 2012, 16:36 1
Grrrrrrr....this update does NOT fix the problem of not being able to send images through SMS!
12. Droid_X_Doug posted on 18 Dec 2012, 18:15 3
Get a GS III. I can send photos by SMS message all the time.
15. christianqwerty posted on 18 Dec 2012, 19:23 0
yeah, its great that pictures on my gs3 come as videos multi media messages.
17. sithvenger (banned) posted on 18 Dec 2012, 21:05 2
So can I on my ip5, and I can even edit the vids and preview what I edited it to before I send it.
13. christianqwerty posted on 18 Dec 2012, 18:25 3
I wish samsung would push these updates so quickly. Too many bugs after jellybean.
24. rcrider4 posted on 19 Dec 2012, 11:19 0
And let's not even mention what their ICS update did to our Epic 4G Touch's (it shuts down a lot. Apparently it's a bug in the software that reads the battery level. It thinks the battery level is low and shuts down the phone. It won't restart until you stake the battery out and put it back in)
14. christianqwerty posted on 18 Dec 2012, 18:26 8
People bash apple for these updates, but hey, at least ios receives updates.
21. iDroidWin posted on 19 Dec 2012, 01:51 0
What matters to you? Getting these updates or features which are far better than included in iOS. I would choose Custom gingerbread/ICS or Stock Jellybean over iOS 6.
29. CRICKETownz posted on 19 Dec 2012, 22:36 0
"far better" isn't factual buddy...its opinion-based so asking a person a question then answering that question w/a response about something you prefer was kind of pointless.
30. iDroidWin posted on 20 Dec 2012, 00:57 0
Irony buddy. You didn't back it by fact either. Fact and points, you have it. Now give me your PoV, and I hope you reply to this one, with fact. Except for smoothness (my 2.3 custom ROM was smooth enough for me), give me one thing that iOS does as an OS and ecosystem. iOS 6 features reject and sms, I had it on my desire 2.3, MIUI Rom. I didn't even notice it. And it looked similar to what it looks in iOS 6. Maps? You tell. Extra row of icons? Nah. An advanced notification center for iOS 6? Nah. I had swipe to remove individual notification in 2.3. Toggles? Slider for brightness or volume? Customizable Homescreens? Resizeable icons? (i think iOS hides the wallpaper and its beauty with its icons). I could have that shiny bulky icons on my droid, in fact I did, chose not to continue.
28. CRICKETownz posted on 19 Dec 2012, 22:32 0
just dl'd & installed as i was reading this article. seems like my chips fell on the "it worked fine" side of things.