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#1
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat

Edited By: Thebobwil on Feb 23, 2017 17:54
#2
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
You sure it's the 4th gen?
#3
ipswich78
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
You sure it's the 4th gen?
I am sure :)
1 Like #4
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
Yeah, stupid Apple making a piece of tech that's over 6 years old not powerful enough to run modern software :-|
1 Like #5
jamie60509
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
Yeah, stupid Apple making a piece of tech that's over 6 years old not powerful enough to run modern software :-|
I knew someone would say that. Could you not guess that maybe Apple are merely trying to encourage owners to buy new models? If it were really too demanding for the tech, they could have released a dumbed-down version so it would still be able to run modern software.
Like I said, Im not using the iPod much anymore. oO Now I have Microsoft or Android hardware which I think is superior.
2 Likes #6
jamie60509
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
Yeah, stupid Apple making a piece of tech that's over 6 years old not powerful enough to run modern software :-|

The hardware is fully capable. It just makes better business sense for Apple to not have to consider backwards compatibility issues, and to give customers a reason to upgrade. You don't buy an apple device for it's tech, you buy it for the software. If they didn't limit the software on devices, many people would still be using the iPad 1 since it's more than powerful enough to do most things except newer, resource demanding games.
2 Likes #7
jamie60509
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
Yeah, stupid Apple making a piece of tech that's over 6 years old not powerful enough to run modern software :-|

Apple's strategy to cynically depreciate perfectly good hardware is well known. So much iOS software that "needs" the latest SDK is pure nonsense.
1 Like #8
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
the ipod touch 4g came out in 2010 so it'll be 7years old this year, I wouldn't expect hardware that old to play the latest stuff. 7 years is LOOOONG in technology, that's Windows 3.0 to Windows 98 in Microsoft terms. As for android... very lucky if the device lasts 7 years full stop, let alone still work and play games.
1 Like #9
s24adm
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
the ipod touch 4g came out in 2010 so it'll be 7years old this year, I wouldn't expect hardware that old to play the latest stuff. 7 years is LOOOONG in technology, that's Windows 3.0 to Windows 98 in Microsoft terms. As for android... very lucky if the device lasts 7 years full stop, let alone still work and play games.

A 7 year old tablet will do browsing, email, and non-graphic intensive apps just fine. Most of current tech in tablets isn't utilised. I still use my iPad2 which was released a year after the first iPads, so about 6 years old now. It works seamlessly for browsing, email, watching movies and football manager 2014.
#10
Danieloplata
s24adm
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
the ipod touch 4g came out in 2010 so it'll be 7years old this year, I wouldn't expect hardware that old to play the latest stuff. 7 years is LOOOONG in technology, that's Windows 3.0 to Windows 98 in Microsoft terms. As for android... very lucky if the device lasts 7 years full stop, let alone still work and play games.
A 7 year old tablet will do browsing, email, and non-graphic intensive apps just fine. Most of current tech in tablets isn't utilised. I still use my iPad2 which was released a year after the first iPads, so about 6 years old now. It works seamlessly for browsing, email, watching movies and football manager 2014.

So your 6 year old iPad 2 still being usable has what relevance to one released a year before with half the ram and cpu performance?

I have an iPad 2 and it's ok for basic use, but the iPad Air 2 has been a huge upgrade in pretty much everything.
#11
captainjon
jamie60509
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
Yeah, stupid Apple making a piece of tech that's over 6 years old not powerful enough to run modern software :-|
Apple's strategy to cynically depreciate perfectly good hardware is well known. So much iOS software that "needs" the latest SDK is pure nonsense.

Android does the exact same thing. Go back to kitkat and try using modern apps. Doesn't work with a lot of them. You get incompatibility issues all over the place. They're just forcing us to constantly upgrade in their cycle. Awful really, but that's what they do.
#12
in$anity
captainjon
jamie60509
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
Yeah, stupid Apple making a piece of tech that's over 6 years old not powerful enough to run modern software :-|
Apple's strategy to cynically depreciate perfectly good hardware is well known. So much iOS software that "needs" the latest SDK is pure nonsense.
Android does the exact same thing. Go back to kitkat and try using modern apps. Doesn't work with a lot of them. You get incompatibility issues all over the place. They're just forcing us to constantly upgrade in their cycle. Awful really, but that's what they do.

I'm using KitKat with modern apps just fine thanks...
#13
nublets2k
Danieloplata
s24adm
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
the ipod touch 4g came out in 2010 so it'll be 7years old this year, I wouldn't expect hardware that old to play the latest stuff. 7 years is LOOOONG in technology, that's Windows 3.0 to Windows 98 in Microsoft terms. As for android... very lucky if the device lasts 7 years full stop, let alone still work and play games.
A 7 year old tablet will do browsing, email, and non-graphic intensive apps just fine. Most of current tech in tablets isn't utilised. I still use my iPad2 which was released a year after the first iPads, so about 6 years old now. It works seamlessly for browsing, email, watching movies and football manager 2014.
So your 6 year old iPad 2 still being usable has what relevance to one released a year before with half the ram and cpu performance?
I have an iPad 2 and it's ok for basic use, but the iPad Air 2 has been a huge upgrade in pretty much everything.

from the ipad 4, alot of non graphical apps wont have any real benefit to an ipad air 2. ios sdk upgrades have added alot of pointless overhead.
#14
captainjon
nublets2k
Danieloplata
s24adm
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
the ipod touch 4g came out in 2010 so it'll be 7years old this year, I wouldn't expect hardware that old to play the latest stuff. 7 years is LOOOONG in technology, that's Windows 3.0 to Windows 98 in Microsoft terms. As for android... very lucky if the device lasts 7 years full stop, let alone still work and play games.
A 7 year old tablet will do browsing, email, and non-graphic intensive apps just fine. Most of current tech in tablets isn't utilised. I still use my iPad2 which was released a year after the first iPads, so about 6 years old now. It works seamlessly for browsing, email, watching movies and football manager 2014.
So your 6 year old iPad 2 still being usable has what relevance to one released a year before with half the ram and cpu performance?
I have an iPad 2 and it's ok for basic use, but the iPad Air 2 has been a huge upgrade in pretty much everything.
from the ipad 4, alot of non graphical apps wont have any real benefit to an ipad air 2. ios sdk upgrades have added alot of pointless overhead.

What does that have to do with an iPad 2??!
#15
nublets2k
in$anity
captainjon
jamie60509
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
Yeah, stupid Apple making a piece of tech that's over 6 years old not powerful enough to run modern software :-|
Apple's strategy to cynically depreciate perfectly good hardware is well known. So much iOS software that "needs" the latest SDK is pure nonsense.
Android does the exact same thing. Go back to kitkat and try using modern apps. Doesn't work with a lot of them. You get incompatibility issues all over the place. They're just forcing us to constantly upgrade in their cycle. Awful really, but that's what they do.
I'm using KitKat with modern apps just fine thanks...
How do you not get chocolate smeared all over the screen? :p
#16
nublets2k
captainjon
nublets2k
Danieloplata
s24adm
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
the ipod touch 4g came out in 2010 so it'll be 7years old this year, I wouldn't expect hardware that old to play the latest stuff. 7 years is LOOOONG in technology, that's Windows 3.0 to Windows 98 in Microsoft terms. As for android... very lucky if the device lasts 7 years full stop, let alone still work and play games.
A 7 year old tablet will do browsing, email, and non-graphic intensive apps just fine. Most of current tech in tablets isn't utilised. I still use my iPad2 which was released a year after the first iPads, so about 6 years old now. It works seamlessly for browsing, email, watching movies and football manager 2014.
So your 6 year old iPad 2 still being usable has what relevance to one released a year before with half the ram and cpu performance?
I have an iPad 2 and it's ok for basic use, but the iPad Air 2 has been a huge upgrade in pretty much everything.
from the ipad 4, alot of non graphical apps wont have any real benefit to an ipad air 2. ios sdk upgrades have added alot of pointless overhead.
What does that have to do with an iPad 2??!
why should it?
#17
captainjon
nublets2k
captainjon
nublets2k
Danieloplata
s24adm
Thebobwil
I have an iPod touch 4g, and all these new games require iOS 7 but stupid Apple only allow the iPod 4g to go up to iOS 6... oO
I paid a tidy sum for this beauty, albeit about five years ago! Now it has been made widely unusable thanks to this.
Ah well, its not like I was using it very often at all :( Heat
the ipod touch 4g came out in 2010 so it'll be 7years old this year, I wouldn't expect hardware that old to play the latest stuff. 7 years is LOOOONG in technology, that's Windows 3.0 to Windows 98 in Microsoft terms. As for android... very lucky if the device lasts 7 years full stop, let alone still work and play games.
A 7 year old tablet will do browsing, email, and non-graphic intensive apps just fine. Most of current tech in tablets isn't utilised. I still use my iPad2 which was released a year after the first iPads, so about 6 years old now. It works seamlessly for browsing, email, watching movies and football manager 2014.
So your 6 year old iPad 2 still being usable has what relevance to one released a year before with half the ram and cpu performance?
I have an iPad 2 and it's ok for basic use, but the iPad Air 2 has been a huge upgrade in pretty much everything.
from the ipad 4, alot of non graphical apps wont have any real benefit to an ipad air 2. ios sdk upgrades have added alot of pointless overhead.
What does that have to do with an iPad 2??!
why should it?

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