Should I upgrade to Ios 7

Sabina Karsan

Will all of my apps work on ios 7 I have a lot music, sports news apps that I uses will the stop working?

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jimlynch
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Some apps might not work initially, but I'm sure app developers will be updating them ASAP if they aren't already. As a matter of fact, I've already seen app updates coming through on my iPhone for iOS 7. So developers are clearly getting ready for the release, which should happen quite soon. Be sure to check the Updates section of the app store, the sooner you start updating your apps, the better off you'll be when you finally upgrade to iOS 7.

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