Gather Feedback About iOS 14.0.1's Performance
If you're feeling a bit leery about the move to iOS 14.0.1, you should dig through feedback from early adopters.
Again, there's a chance you encounter bugs and/or performance issues on your device after moving to iOS 14.0.1
Huge updates like iOS 14 often hits older iPhone models the hardest so if you own an iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, or iPhone SE, and you're concerned about the jump up from iOS 13, you'll want to hunt for feedback from those who have taken the plunge.
This feedback will alert you to potential bugs and problems. You also might learn about potential benefits of Apple's new operating system.
You'll want to poke around on Apple's discussion forums, YouTube, and social media sites like Twitter for feedback from iOS 14/iOS 14.0.1 users.
You can also check out our general guide to the iOS 14 update. We're also putting together mini iOS 14 reviews for the iPhone 11, iPhone XS, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 7, iPhone 6s, and iPhone SE, so check for those if you need additional information.
Some of you might want to wait for long-term feedback to emerge before committing to iOS 14.0.1. And others might even want to wait for Apple to roll out the next batch of bug fixes before downloading the new operating system.
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