Seems to be really slow all of a sudden
I've noticed my i4 has been moving kinda slow on certain things lately. When I try to open a folder of apps, it'll be a good 3-4 second delay before it opens. What's worse is when I hold down apps to move/delete them, and then hit the home button to make em stop jiggling, it takes more than 5 seconds for that to happen. I know that's not A LOT of time, but compared to the instantaneous way it operated only a week ago when I got the phone, it's kind of annoying.
Edit: rebooted phone and got the "snap" back. I feel kinda dumb that I didnt try that tO begin with.
Last edited by JonMark; 01-02-2011 at 02:55 AM.
- 01-02-2011, 09:21 AM #2
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i have not had any issues with speed or performance as of yet. of course having sbsettings helps monitor unnecessary items running in the background. i'm kind of a speed ***** i try to leave the rebooting to a last resort.
you may want to try an app called XSysInfo that is available in the App Store. it appears it does the same job like sbsettings would but you would not have to be jailbroken, of course
XSysInfo - device booster for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store
- 01-03-2011, 08:53 AM #8
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- 01-03-2011, 08:13 PM #10
I had trouble with something on my 4 a few months ago (can't remember the exact problem now). Called Apple support and asked about rebooting to try and resolve the issue. The tech said I could try that, but I shouldn't reboot too often. She said it could cause problems if rebooted too often. Anybody else heard anything like that before?