But, why don't the applications say "Look, you're trying to sync with an apple version we don't recognise, if you continue, it is very likely that the sync will break something. You've been warned." Instead, the applications seem to just try and sync, knowing only too well that there's a good chance the sync is going fail and break something.
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I just sent a few messages to people that I couldn't access a few minutes ago. The contact you are trying to text via i Message needs to re-enable (or re-register) i Message on their freshly updated i Phone. The contact in question needs to go to Settings -- Thank you for your interest in this question.
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Some things, however, are situated FIRMLY in the category of jackassery: 1. Do not send message after message to somebody in an effort to annoy them.
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You are going to have to accept their rules for their devices, or find a device that you can root and load with alternate firmware.
"Apple breaks it in a 'security update'", yes, when I tried to sync it broke a few things.
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