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Krysten Ritter Sex: Actress Says First Time Was 'Angsty And Bad'

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Krysten Ritter may play the titular expletive in the ABC sitcom "Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23," but she's shockingly down-to-earth off camera. Or so it seems, anyway -- the 30-year-old actress is featured in Playboy magazine's October issue and offers up some pretty blunt details about herself. The Pennsylvania native, who grew up on a beef farm in Shickshinny, said that she was "picked on" in high school and that "when I became a model, it got even worse because the girls became meaner -- 'Oh my God, I can't believe she's a model. She's not even pretty.'" Ritter, who is currently dating fellow actor Brian Geraghty, also opened up about her experience losing her virginity. She describes it as a not-so-enjoyable experience: “He was so angsty and bad… His name was Damian, but my parents called him ‘Demon.’ Our first time was in his parents’ van before basketball practice. I don’t remember it being very pleasant.” Looks like things have only gone uphill since then. Ritter has starred in "Gilmore Girls," "Breaking Bad" and "Gravity," in addition to more than a dozen parts in films like "Mona Lisa Smile" and "27 Dresses."

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iPhone iOS 6.0.1 Update: Why You May Want To Avoid It

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Since the release of the iOS 6.0.1 update some users have posted many issues in forums online. While I haven’t had issues with my iPhone 5 after the update, sadly many users have not enjoyed the same experience and while the software has been out since the start of the month, Apple has yet to comment on the problems that some users say they are experiencing.

iOS 6.0.1 update brings new issues to iPhone, iPad & iPod touch

The list of problems with the update is growing reports Product-Reviews. This means there could be a pattern that affects thousands of users of the iPad, iPod touch and iPhone.

Users saw problems after the update to iOS6.0.1 which includes the battery of the device being poor, Wi-Fi issues, and people are having problems connecting to cellular networks. The battery life problem seems to affect the iPhone 4S more frequently and it could be that this is an on-going problem, as it was mentioned before the update. Wi-Fi issues have also been on-going and Apple have attempted to remedy this issue, however for some people it is still as bad, if not worse, following iOS 6.0.1.

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Apple's iOS 6.0.1 still has Wi-Fi bugs

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The latest version of Apple's new operating system for iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touch, iOS 6.0.1, is still giving some Apple device users Wi-Fi fits.You'd think by now, seven weeks after Apple released iOS 6, the technology giant would have fixed all this major mobile operating system's Wi-Fi networking problems. Wrong. Customers are still reporting that Wi-Fi is completely inaccessible with a grayed out Wi-Fi option even after the recent 6.0.1 update. As before, this problem seems to strike Apple iPhone 4S users far more often than other users. Any Apple device running iOS 6.x may be vulnerable though.

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How to update the iPhone 5 to iOS 6.0.1

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iOS 6.0.1 is out for all compatible iOS devices, but the iPhone 5 requires an extra step to fix a bug. Here's how to update your iPhone 5 to the latest version of iOS. Apple just released the first update to iOS 6, set to fix a few bugs and improve performance. iOS 6.0.1 is available through the usual methods, over-the-air (OTA) or iTunes. But, if you use an iPhone 5, you will be presented with the screen above when you attempt to update using the OTA method.
To begin the process, launch the Settings app, tap on General, and then Software Update. Once you do that, you'll see the above message. Tap on Learn More to begin the process of fixing a bug that prevents your iPhone 5 from updating over the air. You first must download and install an iOS Updater app. Tap on Download and Install.A new app icon will appear on your device. But before you go tapping on it, you might need to restart your phone. To do that, you can either hold in the power button and turn it off, then back on, or hold in the power and home button at the same time and wait for it to reboot.

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iOS 6.0.1 update and persistent problems

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Roughly seven weeks ago Apple delivered iOS 6 to Apple device users, and with the arrival of the new operating system came quite a few problems, including issues with Apple Maps, battery issues reported with the iPhone 4 and 4S, and also WiFi problems. A few days ago Apple pushed out an update bringing it up to iOS 6.0.1, but it appears that the company still hasn’t managed to fix the issues with WiFi, along with other problems.One would have thought that by now Apple would have sorted the problems customers are experiencing with WiFi, but apparently this is not the case, as a report over on Zdnet has it that iOS 6.0.1 is still suffering from WiFi problems with customers reporting it is still inaccessible.This issue still appears to be hitting those that own an iPhone 4S more than any other users; however any device running iOS 6x could be affected with a greyed out WiFi option, with the suggestion from Apple being make sure Airplane mode if off, restart your device, update your device, reset network settings, and restore your iOS device in iTunes. After going through that process if you still experience problems you are to contact your carrier or Apple.

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