OK, either it's my imagination, or when the iPhone comes off of a full charge, or even a 90% charge, it runs a lot faster than when it's down to 30,40,or 50%. No, I don't reboot or restart my device once it is fully charged, or before I decide to charge it. I'm talking about the same amount of apps running, same standby stats, etc. I'm wondering if it's some feature that Jobs has silently built into the phone where it runs faster/uses more processor speed when the phone is fully charged as to where it slows down when the battery gets depleted and opens apps or tasks a little bit slower to save battery life when it's down to 60,50,40% etc. Am I crazy or is this true? I can't help but 'notice' after I'm done charging the phone how fast my Messages app opens, but when my battery is almost drained how slow almost everything opens, including Messages.