4-Year-Old Cries Over Upgrade to Apple's iOS 7

PHOTO: iOS 7 Changes

Sure, 200 million people have downloaded Apple's iOS 7, but not everyone likes the Apple's big change, especially not a certain 4-year-old boy named Jack, who has become Internet famous for expressing his dislike of the software.

"No, I don't want it," he says in a YouTube video as big tears fall down his face. When his dad asks him what he doesn't like he responds with a loud "everything!"

Since being posted last Thursday, the video has almost 2 million views. You can watch the video below or right here.

"No, I didn't think it would go viral, but as soon as I put it on YouTube it shot up right away," Derek Colling tells ABC News. Colling and his wife have been fielding the criticism from YouTube commenters all weekend, most from either Apple fans or those who don't understand why the 4-year old owns an iPad or iPhone to begin with.

But dad says that Jack is now completely fine with Apple's changes. "He has been fine with it since I showed him how to swipe to get in. He was mostly really upset when I told him that he would never see iOS 6 again," he said. "That's all he has known or seen since he was alive, so it really upset him. Colling plans to post another video of Jack talking about what he likes about the software soon.

Apple released iOS 7 last Wednesday as a download for the iPhone and iPad. The software's changes include new colors and translucent menus and as well as new features, like Control Center for easy access to menus and a new male voice for Siri.

"He likes the new software now," Colling says. "There are some things he doesn't like, like that the folders are smaller so he has to swipe more, but for the most part he likes it."

You see, people of all ages can adapt to technological change.

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