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dsmith0429

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Well, last night I updated all my Apple devices.

Mac Mini - macOS Sierra 10.12.4
iPhone 5s - iOS 10.3
iPad Mini 2 - iOS 10.3
Apple Watch - watchOS 3.2
AppleTV - tvOS 10.2

So far no issues on anything...

I also installed Kodi on my AppleTV 4th Generation, which works great. It's like having 2 devices in one, everything I liked about AppleTV and everything I liked about Kodi. And it does not require jailbreaking or hacking. Found the instructions here:
http://www.macworld.co.uk/how-to/io...ation-fouth-generation-apple-tv-2017-3640061/
 
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That sounds like my Monday. It seems amazing that Apple was able to replace millions of iOS file systems and there is no widespread or even scattered reports of data loss. All my Family's devices updated without a hitch. I warned my son that he should back up his iPhone before updating (a good idea in any case) and he said it all went smoothly.
 

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I decided to turn on Two-Factor authentication earlier in the day that Apple released all those updates. Even with that thrown in I haven't seen any issues.
 

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Update your iOS devices to 10.3.1 asap! A WiFi chip bug could allow a remote attack on your iPhone or iPad.


—Roland
 
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