How To Resolve Lag?
I read the thread on Browser Lag but anyone also suffering with Lag in general OS functions? That means moving from phone to text, back to phone then search contact etc? When selecting the Phone icon, it just stalls for about 3-5 seconds and then searching a contact is slow or moving back to another App.
This just started today for no reason - no new Apps downloaded or any other change. Tried re booting three times but still no difference. Also the battery started draining much faster and device got warm.
Over a week ago i had to perform a factory reset to 'fix' my painfully slow searches in Contacts and was resolved as soon as the phone was wiped.
Just wondering if this is a one off experience or anyone else noticing the lag increasing in their day to day use? Not sure if this is software or hardware related. I average 2 hours of calls a day, receive and reply to about 100 Emails and about 50 texts - not much else used.
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Re: How To Resolve Lag?
I don't care about the mindset of the Apple corporation.. I care about the product. iTunes isn't slow and bloated.. lol, it's the best media player and system out there. small screen.. yes.. true.. but it's a good device to workout with when u want music, and it's a great size for pockets. Inflexibility.. all it takes is to 'jailbreak' it, and you can do virtually anything with it.
- 03-25-2012, 07:26 PM #11
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My experience with iTunes on a Windows PC is that it's hella slow. It often takes about 15 seconds to fully start up (and yes, I keep my hard drive optimized and running background programs to a minimum). I'm sure iTunes works much better on a Mac, but I don't have one of those. I often wonder if Apple purposely makes iTunes slower and clunkier on PCs to make a point.
Does jailbreaking an iPhone invalidate its warranty, just as rooting an Android phone does? There's also been some rumbling about how jailbreaking may ultimately become illegal ...
I'm not denying that the iPhone is a fantastically designed piece of tech. It just isn't for me, that's all.
- 03-25-2012, 07:35 PM #12