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Hal~9000

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Sep 13, 2014
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Just cause some guy on a random blog said he restored and the throttling issues are gone doesn’t mean it magically will stay that way...

I’d tell him: “You just wiped your phone completely, no duh it might take a few days for the phone to start throttling itself again.” :rolleyes:
 

hipsheik

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Feb 27, 2008
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There's going to be quite an uptick in battery replacements moving forward . .

I did it for my 6S a couple of months ago before all of this news broke out and it was like getting a new phone.
 

firewood

macrumors G3
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Jul 29, 2003
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Just cause some guy on a random blog said he restored and the throttling issues are gone doesn’t mean it magically will stay that way...

I’d tell him: “You just wiped your phone completely, no duh it might take a few days for the phone to start throttling itself again.” :rolleyes:

And why might an iPhone that runs fast start to run slower a few days later with no OS or setting changes?
[doublepost=1514058788][/doublepost]Has anyone actually tried this to see if it speeds up a slow iPhone? (full backup and restore)
 
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