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basedtho
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ios is such a fucking piece of shit os. it won't let you upgrade it unless you are on wifi, and even if you connect to wifi it will say "iphone will try to install this update later tonight". typing on the ios keyboard is terrible, and feels like i'm in 2011 again. it would have been much more usable if the good parts were not sacrificed to suit appearance and whoever is in charge of ios development didn't think that his way of using the iphone was the only true way of using a phone. i'm so pissed off because of the wifi thing gosh

P.S. i can't imagine someone coming from long time android use and saying "how fucking awesome!"

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    It's not something your suppose to manage, iOS updates on its own overnight while on charge, on wifi and after doing its nightly backup to iCloud.

    Hence the wifi requirement.

    Updating manually puts you into the "edge case" group for iOS users, since your technically minded enough to find the update button in settings.

    - sent from my iPhone.
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    @C0D4 i prefer to be able to choose how and when i update
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    @basedtho that's why your an edge case 😅

    I agree the wifi rule for manual updates is a bit shit when apps are now cellular downloadable without restrictions, which can be a couple of GB with the right apps.
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    i generally just drop by a friends or somewhere with free wifi when I feel like updating mine. Usually there isn't any problems as long as the battery is somewhat full. Sometimes it might not be for two or three months, but not being current up until then has never really caused a problem.
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    Apple has those sexy product pages though…

    Yeah no I won't switch, couldn't imagine my phone without termux at this point
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    @Conrad
    It may not be Termux, but Termius gets the job done.
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    @C0D4 depends on 'the job'… As far as I can see, termius is just an ssh client. I use termux primarily developing on the go/mitmproxying stuff on my phone
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    @Conrad ah, yea good luck with that on iOS, maybe jailbroken.

    Best thing I know to running a shell on iOS is blink, but that's limited.

    https://blink.sh/
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