> Haven't you said before all your iOS devices are on the same operating
> system version with which they shipped? Why are you now saying all your iOS
> updates are huge?
At least you have a memory, which the apologists can't seem to come up with.
However, you weren't listening clearly (nor did you look at the screenshots
in my prior post) in that I have _many_ crippled iOS devices, some of which
are crippled iPhones, and others are crippled iPads (as you can easily
verify in my screenshots).
Just in case you missed it, here are two of my SIM-card iPads on my account:
Those are the free-for-life SIM card crippled iPads that we spoke about many
years ago, remember? (I used to use these crippled iPads as extra
GPS-navigation devices and as extra VOIP-to-POTS speakerphones when
In those intervening years, I've proved many times the crippled iPads are
worthless compared to Android other than they have a larger screen &
battery, so, as a result of that, the grandkids play games on the iPads and
over the years they've had to update those iPads in order to keep playing
those games (which I update for them most of the time).
The iPhones are always fully updated as the use model for them is different.
On _my_ crippled iPads, those are basically worthless because an iPad is a
piece of shit compared to my free Android 5G phones, so those iPads that I
personally use I keep on the iOS that they were born with.
With the huge batteries on my Android phones nowadays, it's becoming obvious
the _only_ advantage of an iPad over an Android phone is the screen size.
To own any iOS device is to own a crippled device compared to what Android
can do, where I know this because I test _everything_ people claim here.