First, folks rushed and downloaded iOS 8. Folks had issues, so Apple released 8.0.1 shortly after 8 was released to patch up the bugs. Then folks had problems with 8.0.1, so Apple released 8.0.2 to patch up those bugs. You guessed it, folks are now having issues with iOS 8.0.2, specifically with Bluetooth not working in their cars.
If you’re a hands-free advocate, this can be a problem. But there is resolution that most people are reporting works if you’re having iOS 8.0.2 Bluetooth car connectivity issues as well.
It was a week ago today when I finally got my hands on the iPhone 6. I’ll be honest, I’ve been waiting on this phone for a long time. I thought the iPhone 5 was too small, but I got it anyway. I thought the iPhone 5S/5C was still too small, so I started using larger Androids and Windows Phone devices skipped buying either and crossed my fingers hoping the iPhone 6 was finally going to give Apple fans like me a larger design.
When the larger iPhone 6 and even larger iPhone 6 Plus was announced earlier this month, my eyes were on the smaller iPhone 6…I still wanted a front pants pocket-able phone even with a case on. So I got lucky during the preorders and my iPhone 6 was delivered early in the afternoon last Friday September 19th.
Now that I’ve had a week to play around with the smartphone, I think I’m ready to offer initial opinions of the iPhone 6.