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iOS 5 FAQ
Since the release of iOS 5, there are various reports and questions. Many users meet the "error 3200" when upgrading to the latest iOS 5. This becomes the question all of world are talking about. Then, whether to upgrade, how to upgrade, how to solve the problems in upgrading? The following FAQ may be able to help you.
Question: Before upgrading, what should we do to avoid the 3200 Error? Or the appear of 3200 Error is just by luck?
Answer: This question is very good. 3200 Error seems to be related to Apple's capacity of server. Until this morning, problems of 3200 Error seem to be reduced, but there are still people who have the 3200 Error. The best solution is waiting. Wait until the server's pressure gets smaller, then upgrade. Or repeat the upgrading operation again and again, until it is successful. But if you are not eager to upgrade, we don't recommend this way.
Question: What kinds of problems when upgrading iPad 1 to iOS 5?
Answer: Users who have devices with old version should be cautions and careful, because the upgrading may reduce the performance of device. From my personal experience, original iPad 1(2010 Version) can run well after being upgraded to iOS 5.
Question: Can I delete photos from PhotoStream?
Answer: Unfortunately, no. You can not delete completely photos from PhotoStream. I think Apple will solve this issue in the future's upgrading, because many users worry about there privacy in photos.
Question: The lost apps and Newsstand. After upgrading iOS 5, the original apps and Newsstand disappeared. And you have to sync all apps and packet sequencing and manually. And I can not put Newsstand to practical tools. I feel Apple is controlling apps we use on devices.
Answer: The lost of original apps when upgrading to iOS 5 is the most common complaint. I suggest rearrange apps on iTunes, not phones. Newstand is not a program by itself, so it can't be put into a folder.
Question: The calendar items will be lost after upgrading to iOS 5. Is it possible to recover original settings of original 4.3.5?
Answer: No. You can backup data to iTunes before upgrading. Then sync these data after upgrading iOS 5.
Question: My Mac version is too low and I can't download Lion system. Can I use iCloud on iPhone 4 and iPad 2?
Answer: Yes. You can use iCloud on your iOS devices after upgrading to iOS 5. A welcome window will guide you to iCloud app, or enter settings. But the data can't be synced to your Mac.
Question: The contacts of my phone and my wife's phone are mixed together. We use the same iTunes ID on our iPhones, when we upgrade to iOS 5, our contact information is merged together. How to divide them?
Answer: It seems that you use iTunes ID as your iCloud ID. To divide your information, you need to set up an Apple ID separately as your own iCloud ID. Then load Apple store with the same iTunes ID, and the data(contact, calendar, bookmark) will be separated.
Question: Can I upload photos to Flickr with PhotoStream?
Answer: No. PhotoStream is for private sharing, not for social service. We expect that Apple may combine PhotoStream with social network(Such as Flickr and Facebook) in the future.
Question: Can I upgrade my iPod touch?
Answer: This depend on the version of your iPod touch. iOS 5 supports the following versions: iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch 3g, iPod touch 4g, iPad and iPad 2.
Question: I know nothing about the upgrade. Can I upgrade my iPhone 4 to iOS 5?
Answer: Yes. Connect iPhone 4 to computer. In iTunes window, click "Check for updates", then download iOS 5. iPhone 4 with iOS 5 will have more features, such as iMessage, Notifications and Newsstand. And other features can be greatly improved. But after upgrading, you have to reinstall and rearrange apps. But after updating, you will have no Siri, which only exists on iPhone 4S.
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