If you're like me... you use your iPhone for more than just iPod.app. Did you ever notice that after a brand new update or a restart, your iPhone feels snappy again? Do you have to restart your iPhone every day to get it to feel this way again? Do you often force quit Safari? Here's a tip that I've been using for quite a while and I wanted to share it with the lot of you. Here it goes: To speed up your iPhone without having to quit Safari, just create a new blank web page, then close the web page you were viewing. Now you can leave Safari running and you'll notice a speed increase on launching other apps now. It's pretty cool. I noticed that it's pretty much Safari that slows down the iPhone. Mail doesn't do much in the background (except for when it's checking mail) and iPod app uses hardly any memory when it's not playing music... so creating this new page is an easy way to free up some memory to speed things up a bit. Like I said before, I've been using this trick for a while now and it's just as effective as force quitting Safari (which I do not like to do since it I feel weird for force quitting something that's not stuck or frozen). There you have it. If you have any other tips on how to speed up your iPhone for a smoother experience, post them here. I'll post more if I think of some.