Am I missing out by not upgrading to iOS5?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Myiphone7, Dec 5, 2011.

  1. Myiphone7 macrumors 6502a

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    I have 4.something.

    The reason why I have not upgraded is 4 reasons.

    1) I'm over clocked, so I'm running supper fast.

    2) I have speed intensifier, which is truly a joy. Everything appears to be lightning fast.

    3) Still have good enough battery life - enough for the day.

    4) Can't risk losing my jailbreak. Right now my iPhones running extremely stable and smooth.

    I have no complaints simply bc my iPhone's running incredibly fast - must faster than the 4S, AND smooth (no lag, crashes, freeze, etc)

    Love love love it right now & dont want to risk anything.
     
  2. Neolithium macrumors 6502a

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    If you can't risk losing your jailbreak, I wouldn't bother going for iOS5 until there's a rock solid untethered version out there.
     
  3. Intell macrumors P6

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    1. There is no overclock for the iPhone. None at all.

    2. Speed Intensifier is a rip off of FakeClockUp, both of which are available on jailbroken iOS 5 iDevices.

    3. My 4S and jailbroken 3Gs running iOS 5.0.0 have very good battery life.

    4. You can jailbreak on iOS 5, just no the iPad 2 or iPhone 4S. And iOS 5 is very stable for me on all my iDevices. Much better then iOS 4.0.0.
     
  4. Neolithium macrumors 6502a

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    True. I was just concentrating on him "Not wanting to lose his jailbreak". Hell, iOS5 added enough features for me I don't really care if a JB comes out TBH. God I'd never thought I'd say that...:eek:
     
  5. GeniusJon macrumors regular

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    Apparently its possible if you delete a certain file in the OS. I've done it and I have not noticed too much of a difference.
     
  6. Leonard1818 macrumors 68020

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    sounds like you've un-sold yourself. "Don't do it. It's not worth it."
     
  7. Intell macrumors P6

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    By removing the PowerManagement.bundle all you're doing to your iDevice is preventing its CPU from going into sleep mode when the screen is off. There is no performance gain. Only increased battery drain. This has been tested and confirmed by many people.
     
  8. applefanDrew macrumors 65816

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    Yes you are missing out. On the most advanced mobile OS in the world. :D
     

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