Hi guys, ever since I got my iPhone 4S 64GB (white) on friday, I've been amazed by the the app-related performance. What I found strange though was, that I "thought" it's reaction time was not that much better. After comparing with my brothers' iPhone 4 (32GB) I was stunned to see. Many GUI actions like: returning to Homescreen opening the mulitask-bar Unlocking the phone (waking up the phone from sleep state!) actually take almost twice (measured) as long as on the iPhone 4. This is reproducible! Booting the phone, killing all running apps, restoring the firmware, nothing affects this behavior. We've created a video to demonstrate: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdwz1w47HqE We've only discovered that waking up (unlocking) the phone causes the very same delay, takes twice as long, after we had made the video, but this is also repeatable. Granted, many might think this is micrological, BUT, since it affects functions that you use all the time and that only serve to access something else, I find it unacceptable, the the phone is noticably slower than its predecessor. I've restored the phone yet it still does it! Any ideas?