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iphonewarrior

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Do you mean you have experienced lag? Is your phone jailbroken and do you have any existing tweaks installed?
 
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Ffmaster1

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Ok.

Yes.like processor is overloaded.it is not jailbroken.
When I zoom in to maximum it is frozen and responds when I am back to app.when it respond without closing app,i move and see "pattern" and the wait about 5 seconds to it to load a page.
 

iphonewarrior

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Sorry for the late reply.

Have you tried hard-resetting the phone? This can be done by holding down the home button and power button - don't release until you see the White Apple logo.
 

Ffmaster1

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Could it be because it's iPhone 4s page,there is a lot of pics and page is big.is it just too much for iPhone 4!?
 

iphonewarrior

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Right, I've just browsed zoomed in and normal on my iPhone 4 and yes it does lag slightly. I think this is because of the high-resolution images posted on that particular site. You have to remember your phone is panning and rendering a clear readable image at the same time - this becomes more difficult when zoomed in on a nice high-res image.

I don't believe there is anything wrong with your phone :)
 

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Right, I've just browsed zoomed in and normal on my iPhone 4 and yes it does lag slightly. I think this is because of the high-resolution images posted on that particular site. You have to remember your phone is panning and rendering a clear readable image at the same time - this becomes more difficult when zoomed in on a nice high-res image.

I don't believe there is anything wrong with your phone :)
Grabbed a couple of the images. Nothing over 200k. Maybe the left-right panning object, guessing HTML 5 is causing some lag. Don't see anything else exotic on that page.

Sent from my Desire HD using Tapatalk
 

iphonewarrior

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Grabbed a couple of the images. Nothing over 200k. Maybe the left-right panning object, guessing HTML 5 is causing some lag. Don't see anything else exotic on that page.

Sent from my Desire HD using Tapatalk

Mmm, but when you're zoomed in the image is rendering all the time? That could cause lag, I suppose.
 

Ffmaster1

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Right, I've just browsed zoomed in and normal on my iPhone 4 and yes it does lag slightly. I think this is because of the high-resolution images posted on that particular site. You have to remember your phone is panning and rendering a clear readable image at the same time - this becomes more difficult when zoomed in on a nice high-res image.

I don't believe there is anything wrong with your phone :)

I think that is 'caused by high resolution images and other stuffs on the page.thak you!:)