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iPad <> Productive

 

Earlier today, I decided to update my iOS to 5 on my iPad. So I went through the steps that it prompted me to do, and then it announced that it couldn't pull in the backup that it created prior to updating iOS.

Lost are all of my documents created with Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. Gone are all of my videos and pictures that I took in Tofino with the iPad. Gone are most of my apps.

For those who tout Apple as a great company with great products, this was a major epic fail.

And I'm not the only one...

 


by Brett Rogers, 10/19/2011 7:19:21 PM
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That sucks. Did you have them backed up on your laptop/iTunes library?

I had some similar errors trying to upgrade to IOS 5 on my iPhone 4 the first day it came out. Connection errors, couldn't restore the backup. So I rebooted my laptop and iPhone, then it worked. I liked it so much I did it again 2 days later with my new 4s.

 

 

Posted by Pale Rider, 10/20/2011 11:46:51 PM



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