Will IT have any kind of processor upgrade or other spead increase?

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Every now and then my V1 iPhone isn't as snappy as I would like it to be (this is in regard to applications and such, not web content). I'm curios if the 3G will be upgraded in any way?
 

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Every now and then my V1 iPhone isn't as snappy as I would like it to be (this is in regard to applications and such, not web content). I'm curios if the 3G will be upgraded in any way?
Do you have a lot of apps? or some that are running in the background like iPod?
 

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nope no upgrades as far as hard ware except the extra sensor 3G and GPS
 

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although, the 2.0 software is said to be make things a little quicker.
 

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What extra sensor?
jus that one sensor that shuts off the screen when you bring the phone to your ear during a call, i guess they added another one for better performance, not that it needed it in my opinion
 

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jus that one sensor that shuts off the screen when you bring the phone to your ear during a call, i guess they added another one for better performance, not that it needed it in my opinion
Oh. How weird. It seems fine as it is.
 

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What would it have to do with eachother?
sense the sensor is only used during calls, and now with 3G you can to other things such as surf the web during calls i thought the two could have some type of connection, just a hunch tho
 

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sense the sensor is only used during calls, and now with 3G you can to other things such as surf the web during calls i thought the two could have some type of connection, just a hunch tho
Well currently, if youre on a call and doing something else, if you put the phone up to your ear, itll still shut off.
 

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I find that if my iPhone gets sluggish, I restart it. That usually takes care of the problem.

Cheers!
 

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Gizmodo has said that the iPhone - MobileSafari and iTunes in particular - are a lot more zippier than in 1.1.4.

- John
 

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I find that if my iPhone gets sluggish, I restart it. That usually takes care of the problem.
Ha! Just like Windows! I didn't know the iPhone had "Ctrl-Alt-Del"! ;) So I guess it's not just Windows that needs rebooting every now and again, like everybody would like to believe. :p