iOS 8.1.2 Update: Why You’ll Hate It

The iOS 8.1.2 has already been released by Apple but it is not favoured by most iPhone users due to the many problems that came from it. For starters, iOS 8.1.2 eats up 5GB of internal memory and without the space, users can’t apply the update.

Of course, there is a solution for this and that is through running a backup of your photos and videos to a computer. This method will free up more space while also preventing any deletion of your personal files. On the other hand, you can also rely on cloud storage technology.

Another way to clear up space is by deleting the log files in your iPhone. Also, to avoid disappointment, it is best to perform the update via iTunes on a PC. Doing so will actually prevent any time wasted if a problem is to arise when installing the update. After all, iTunes actually prompts beforehand if the iPhone is not fit for the updating process.

If the above tips are to follow, users can update their iPhones to the latest iOS 8.1.2 easily and efficiently. Then again, the process is rather tedious and is a major turn-off for iPhone users.