iOS 5 and OS X Lion 10.7.2 live, problems discussed

By Jamie Pert - Oct 12, 2011

It’s that time of the year again folks, Apple has just rolled out iOS 5 for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, so we thought we would open up a post where people would be able to discuss any problems which were encountered when updating or post update, also as OS X Lion 10.7.2 has just launched we thought it would be worth discussing any issues encountered with this OS version.

Let’s start with a quick recap, firstly you can find out everything you need to know about iOS 5 here, as we predicted the update went live at the time mentioned in this post. Getting the update is simple, you can’t install it over-the-air, so load up iTunes, connect your iDevice and click “Check for Updates”.

As for OS X Lion 10.7.2 this will arrive via Software update, you can find out all about the delightful new features this update will bring here, however with so many different software and hardware configurations out there, don’t be surprised of you experience some teething issues.

We would love this to become the central point for any iOS 5 or Mac OS X Lion 10.7.2 update problems, this may allow us to help you fix the issue you encounter, or at least point you in the direction of known problems and potential fixes. So feel free to list any imperfections which you have spotted during the update process, or perhaps post update – remember to list which device you are using.

So far, us and some acquaintances have installed both iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion without any problems, we hope it goes as smoothly for you….

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  • Mojoeti5

    Installed Lion 10.7.2 now on start-up I get the spinning wheel. Can not even get the whole password typed in.

  • Jonty

    just lost eveything……really pissed off

  • Maku

    Installed Lion 10.7.2 update on 17″ macbook pro 2009 (pre-tunderbolt). Upon restart the hard rive failed to start and recovery tools did not work. I had to use snow leopard disc and reformat the hard drive as the built in Lion recovery options did not initialise. Mac stood still with no entry sign. Mac ruined work for a day… so far.
    On my 13″ macbook pro 2011 (thunderbolt) the update and install worked perfectly.

  • Milnepa

    I lost all my apps even though i hit transfer purchase before i downloaded ios5 any idea how to get them back please,i spent a fortune on them