iPhone 1.1.3 Update Snappier?

impaler

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Hey, has anyone noticed after updating to 1.1.3 that the menus, when you click one, or click the home button, seem snappier than with 1.1.2 and before? It seems just more responsive to me...
 

TimmBxX

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everything seems to go a little faster for me, so far i am very happy with the new software!
 

KeKe

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nope everything seems to be the same for me too.
 
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hey guys
just got the e-mail about the jan 08 update for the phone but when i hook it up to my comp the iPhone just sync's it does not update
any ideas?
 

Spikefood

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hey guys
just got the e-mail about the jan 08 update for the phone but when i hook it up to my comp the iPhone just sync's it does not update
any ideas?
Click update...
 

Jhors2

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People have also had problems with the server being too busy to update. Just be patient :) The iPhone appears to have bug fixes and be faster. I love 1.1.3!
 

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My Safari is acting very strange since updating to 1.1.3. When I open Safari it races through all the open pages, flashes black, then goes to the page I want. Has anyone else experienced this? M
 

impaler

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My Safari is acting very strange since updating to 1.1.3. When I open Safari it races through all the open pages, flashes black, then we to the page I want. Has anyone else experienced this? M
That has not occurred with my iPhone.
 

iamtko

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My Safari is acting very strange since updating to 1.1.3. When I open Safari it races through all the open pages, flashes black, then goes to the page I want. Has anyone else experienced this? M
hasn't happened to me but i did notice earliar when i was sending a text that there was some weird "scrambling" motion in the bottom right of the screen.
 

Swagger

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I just rebooted my phone and now it's working like a charm. I love the bookmarks on the home screen. I'm sad about the lack of CUT & PASTE, but I'd have to say that this was a darn good update. Mark
 

psylichon

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Safari is the only thing that seems faster and more reliable. Pages seem to render faster. And the multiple-tab bug, while not completely gone, seems to be drastically reduced to the point that I'm a happy boy.
 

Jhors2

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I just noticed too when you receive text messages while actually doing something it says view and close instead of view and ignore.
 

JoeT

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Google Maps seems to be snappier too.

Safari is definitely faster.
 

JoeT

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Damn... Looks like all network access on Wifi is faster... Mail FLEW in, Weather updated before I could blink...
 

impaler

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Looks like sites are starting to add "iphone-enabled" home screen "buttons" for us...so we don't have to stare at a bunch of white buttons representing the home pages. Nice addition. Makes the home screen more attractive and easier to find the right one without having to read the labels. Noticed Fox News, Boy Genius Report, and Weather Underground have done it.
 

lman

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yeah i'm definently feeling a speed increase for whatever reason...i love the update, and look forward to the SDK release to fill those pages up...but they need to fix the sms issue