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I Killed My Beloved iPad iOS 7!

Is iOS 7 Obsolete?

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Auntieroro

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I've loved it for close to three years and just made the mistake of updating to iOS 9. Yuck! Now it's glitchy and slow and I hate it. I know I can't go back so here's my question: am I crazy to buy a used/refurbished iOS 7 iPad? I'm a really basic user: surfing, email, watching YouTube videos, playing good old fashioned solitaire. I hardly ever even use apps. I don't need or want lots of bells and whistles since I'm not at all technical. My friend says iOS 7 isn't being supported and something about "Trust Store". But I'm guessing my iOS 7 hasn't been supported for awhile and it's been fine!

SO: should I or should I not buy a new or refurbished iOS 7 iPad? I greatly appreciate your expertise!
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If i would like to buy new iPad than i would take the new one. But if you are basic user than it should be fine with that what you have. I have the iPad 4th gen (the first with retina display) and ios9 works really good on my device. Maybe get rid of some apps and clear your memory more often?


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