Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 12th Jun 2012 23:59 UTC
Apple So, iOS 6 will make its way to devices all the way back to the 3GS... But many key features are not available at all on the 3GS, and even the iPhone 4 and iPad 2 are seeing features held back. "Some features, like the VIP List for email, the Offline Reading List, and Shared Photo Stream won't work on the iPhone 3GS. Even flagship iOS features like Flyover, turn-by-turn navigation, and FaceTime over cellular won't work on recent devices like the iPhone 4 or the iPad 2 - not to mention the iPhone 3GS." Pretty scummy and misleading.
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Are you sure? Every iPad 1 I've seen runs slower with iOS 5 than it did with iOS 3.2. I want my iPad updated to iOS 6 as much as the next guy, but on the other hand, if iOS 6 is "heavier" than iOS 5, it would be a miserable experience.

I'm not sure I'd change my skill set because my two and a half year old device was being EOL'ed. I'm guessing the iPad 2 will get upgrades for longer. Much as I think the original iPad was great, I think Apple's push to make it much cheaper than everyone expected before hand may have caused it to become obsolete faster than would have been ideal.

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