iPhone 3G ios4 langsam

Wie die meisten habe auch ich nach dem update auf ios4 bemerkt, dass das iPhone 3g nicht mehr ganz den dafür vorgesehenen Spezifikationen entspricht.

Was mich am meisten störte war die langsam reagierende Tastatur. Problem gelöst. Apple dürfte beim ios4 die Autokorrektur noch mit einer Rechtschreibprüfung erweitert haben, die das ganz gewaltig bremst sofern man nicht über ein 3GS oder iPhone 4 verfügt. Ich habe einfach in den Einstellungen (ja die sind auch langsam) unter „Allgemein“ –> „Tastatur“ die „Auto-Korrektur“ abgedreht und schon ging das tippen wieder normal flott. Wenn andere ein ähnliches Phänomen orten und dadurch das Problem gelöst wird bitte hier einen kleinen Kommentar, danke.

iPhone contacts with big images – bad performance

Hi, a few days ago I was revisiting my contacts in apple’s addressbook. I found some contact where I had no images attached. I opened up iPhoto and dropped the images I wanted to the contact. Afterwards I synchronized my iPhone to get the changes done. Next day my wife called me and the iPhone kind of froze. No more touch events were recognized, sloppy animations, really bad experience. After rebooting 2 times I recognized that the behaviour is tied to the much too big image of the contact of my wife. So be aware if you rework your contacts, that the images you take for a contact would not be too big, if not it is possible that your iphone freezes on phoning the contact because the os is swapping memory. You can evaluate if a image is too big, if you goto edit contacts, select a contact and if it takes a long amount of time to load the contact that’s a hint of an image too big.

Slow iPhone 3G after 3.0 OS update

After recognizing some issues with laggy application response and slow input fields and keyboard entries on the iPhone 3G after the update to 3.0 I did a little of googling around if there are any news, rumors or solutions on that. What I found surprised a little bit. It seems so that Apple is aware of memory leakage within the new OS 3.0 release of the iPhone and tell the user to do a hard reset or a reboot once a day or when the phone starts to get laggy because the working memory fills up after starting and stopping numerous application. I also tried this and this did the trick, but this is not a solution for me. So I read a few threads even on the apple forum, where people were complaining and hoping that there will be done something about this. The thing I did so funny it sounds, I filed a feedback at http://www.apple.com/feedback/ That’s the minimum I can do. You can do that also and maybe Apple reacts on that by fixing the bugs (because these are obvious bugs) when there are filed enough feedback surveys on their page according to this problem. Describe you problems in detail, to help them track the bug down, it’s for your own good. Downgrade to 2.2.1 is not an option for me because Apple braged in their advertisements that the OS 3.0 is soooo fast and so straight forward and so on…., so let’s fix them the bugs, file the feedback at the above mentioned link.