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Old Nov 4th, 2019, 05:17 PM   #1
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iOS 13 messed up apple mail

so i did the apple iOS 13 update what a nightmare..

it basically turns off notifications and deletes half your emails, subject line and sender..

basically the fix was delete the mail accounts
then delete the mail app
then reset up everything.

but apple mail still freezes.. looks like i might have to switch to outlook..

seriously it would be lovely if Tim Cook and his rainbow collation actually invest in R&D and test these updates .. rather push their political democratic BS
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Old Nov 4th, 2019, 06:30 PM   #2
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seriously it would be lovely if Tim Cook and his rainbow collation actually invest in R&D and test these updates .. rather push their political democratic BS

+1!!!

It's a crime the way their attitude and sloppy programming has changed.

BTW: How did you do the upgrade??? And I guess anyone is out of luck uing the iTunes method if they have already gone up to Catalina.

Oh Right, Apple has a knowledge base (kb) articles of what to do if using Catalina ~ That normally won't have ITunes Installed.



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Old Nov 5th, 2019, 12:55 PM   #3
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The surprising thing is that this sort of post comes as no surprise, rather it falls into the, 'To Be Anticipated' category.

Way past time for Apple to start doing its homework before pushing out updates.
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iOS 13 makes everything I knew how to do easily now much friggin harder. Apple is getting worse every time it updates an OS of any kind.
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Old Nov 6th, 2019, 05:25 PM   #5
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iOS 13 makes everything I knew how to do easily now much friggin harder. Apple is getting worse every time it updates an OS of any kind.
+1. I'll have to agree, even though I don't have an iPhone or iPad or an iMac that can run their latest and greatest OS.

The design interface is going to the dogs, many features just have disappeared, and a lot of the new actions take multiple steps instead of just one or two. All in all not a nice user experience. Also another reason for my iMac that I have just stayed with Mavericks 10.9.5.

I was just reading about some users and their iOS Mail, and read some have lost all their email etc, but others can't even empty the Trash mailbox properly and without going to log song and dance routine through some bloody advanced process.
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/250717021

For such reasons, I don't think I'm going to be upgrading my wife's iPhone 6s to the latest iOS, and my old iPad 2 can't even think about using it, but no worries because there's no features in the latest versions that I could use or need.



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I must live in a different reality or in different time warp. We've updated both our iPhone 6s and they both operate without problems. My wife updated her iPod and there are no issues there either.
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Old Nov 7th, 2019, 02:46 PM   #7
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iOS 13 makes everything I knew how to do easily now much friggin harder. Apple is getting worse every time it updates an OS of any kind.
OMG ya, i have to do 3 extra steps now - try printing an email etc or posting to social media - phuckn nightmare.

i am so pissed off and livid. charging the price of a laptop for a phone and have shittty ass OS
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Well I just updated to OS10.15.1 on my mac mini and now when i have my vpn on i can not connect to gmail servers I have input my password friggin 12 times today before i figured out without the vpn on its ok, ran with vpn on for over 4years no t problem no this . it is obvious the do not do any RD on new os's
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I must live in a different reality or in different time warp. We've updated both our iPhone 6s and they both operate without problems. My wife updated her iPod and there are no issues there either.
+1..

I have a personal iPhone X, Work iPhone 6s, Wife has an iPhone 7, iPad 5th Generation and my work MacBook Pro that have all been upgraded to the latest iOS/iPad OS/OSX and have had no issues that weren't resolved by updating apps/clients to the latest vendor release.

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Well I just updated to OS10.15.1 on my mac mini and now when i have my vpn on i can not connect to gmail servers I have input my password friggin 12 times today before i figured out without the vpn on its ok, ran with vpn on for over 4years no t problem no this . it is obvious the do not do any RD on new os's
Who provides your VPN and how do you access it? macOS's built in VPN client?
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