iPhone iOS 6.0.1 problems

Discussion in 'iOS 6' started by lazybump91, Nov 23, 2012.

  1. lazybump91 macrumors member

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    Apps refresh itself, feel like it's RAM is not enough to handle phone's usage. Facebook lag, whatsapp lag, Line Naver lag, notification centre lag, even when your phone is locked and you trying to swipe it to reply, when suddenly 2nd message pop up and u can feel the lag-ness when swiping your phone.

    And my 4s ringer is realizable lower volume than iphone 4.

    Hard reset may have done week by week to solve all the issue, getting annoyed by this. All of this issue is it coz' by iOS 6.0.1 ? My iphone 4s is running iOS 6.0.1,are there any iphone 4s user out there encounter this problem too ?

    Please teach me how to fix it, or is it my phone problem?
     
  2. Prawnstar69 macrumors regular

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    i got an iphone 4s running 6.0.1, no issues
     
  3. lazybump91 thread starter macrumors member

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    no lag? i only used up 2.2GB by the way. 3-4 sec to load into setting app. :eek:
    Does your app keep reopen(while the app still stay in background)? It feels like my phone keep flashing for free memory.
     
  4. Prawnstar69 macrumors regular

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    well alittle lag when im playing a heavy game like fifa 13 and suddenly get an email otherwise no lag, no lag in game, i always close my apps and my settings app opens up in less than a second.. and i have only 2.5 Available. and no my apps dont reopen even if they r on in the background
     
  5. lazybump91 thread starter macrumors member

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    oh gosh hope somebody can tell me how to fix it other than hard reset because it's useless, the issue may come back 1 week later. Less than a second is really fast :cool: you always left no apps in background?
     
  6. Prawnstar69 macrumors regular

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    my iphone use to lag when it was running 6.0 but 6.0.1 made it much faster, and yes its a habit now i always close my apps after using (mostly 2 or 3 are on) it also saves battery i checked my usage today after full charge it said standby around a day and usage around 3 hrs so i think the battery is also good now, and i didnt charge it after full charge :cool: just restore ur phone and set up as new phone it might help not sure but good luck, i got lucky ;)
     
  7. lazybump91 thread starter macrumors member

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    Alright thanks for the tips ! :D my battery is not bad i think(better than ios 6.0), 10 apps running in background (without game, just whatsapp,email,gmail types app running) 7 hours 41minutes usage, 16 hours standby.
     
  8. Prawnstar69 macrumors regular

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    u should really turn them off, even if they r off u still get the notifications :D well it works for email not sure about whatsapp
     
  9. lazybump91 thread starter macrumors member

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    Trying to off it already but still left 1 or 2 apps on the back ground. It still having the same issue, lag and reopen too. Will try to restore it when I am free. Annoying. :( Yes, it will still receive notification :D just my habit to let it stay on my background.

    Somehow if all apps closed, wifi and cellular data off too, it still will drop 3-4% overnight and either cellular data or wifi is on, mostly 20-30% dropped overnight.
     
  10. Prawnstar69 macrumors regular

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    no no, everything is on at night, wifi cellular location services, but mine only drops about 10% max 13%
     
  11. lazybump91 thread starter macrumors member

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    Wow, your battery is good. Do you facing the slow lock sound ? After you unlock your phone, about 2-3 sec then you can hear the lock sound.
     
  12. Prawnstar69 macrumors regular

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    just checked, the sound comes instantly
     

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