Hey guys, This might help some of you out. Since getting my iPhone, a 128 Plus, I have over the last few months I have started experiencing bad freezes, where the phone would not respond upto 20 seconds, or apps crashing. Not spending too much time analysing it I thought the culprit was the TLC memory used in my model ( I verified it was TLC), alot of articles on the web suggesting this, so made a booking to see an Apple genius to see if Apple had any ideas why I was getting these freezes/hangups. Also I have to point out, I am not a huge Apps user, I have about 10 apps that I use regularly. The genius ran the diagnostics on my phone, said everything was perfect, the battery was in really good condition, so he dismissed the TLC memory as a problem, he said models have been replaced that had memory issues, but those were flagged in the diagnostics check. He than showed me how you can view event logs on an iphone, nifty, and we went through and looked into these logs, these logs are created when apps crash, warning messages etc etc, just like in software development, handy for analysis. And he told me I have a lot of low memory events, and these are most likely the causes of my device locking up, while the iPhone clears memory. We had a good chat, and he effectively said that the 1GB of Ram in the iPhone is not enough, and certain users will run into these issues. He further analysed the logs and its looks like the culprit is my e-mails, I have both personal and company e-mails going to my iphone, alot of them!, he recommended not saving historical e-mails on the iphone itself and only keep the last couple weeks etc. I never thought the 1GB Ram was that much of an issue, and only a problem in relation to safari refreshing, though it looks like the iPhone might in fact need a bump past 1GB. I'm going to change my e-mail settings and see if it fixes the freezing etc, if it does, kinda disappointed Apple is still running with 1GB and its affecting people's experience. Have to admit, was one of the better Genius appointments I have had, the guy actually knew his stuff, and was surprised that he admitted the 1GB was the issue. And was awesome that he showed be how the diagnostics software worked and the even logs. At least my iPhone has no hardware issues, now just going to have to be smarter about how I tweak it and manage the memory.