iPhone Is there a difference between 6.1.2 -6.1.3/5 JB?

Steve-Jobs

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Hi all. I have an iphone 4 and running 6.1.2 JB. after the recent release of the 6.1.3/5 JB do I need to update to that firmware or is there not much difference.
Also was thinking of JB to 7 but worried that the iphone4 can't handle it very well? I'm happy with my 6.1.2 but I have an ipad Air and starting to warm up to the IOS7 especially after the JB..

Any suggestions? Cheers
 

JeReSpringer13

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Dec 23, 2013
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Hi all. I have an iphone 4 and running 6.1.2 JB. after the recent release of the 6.1.3/5 JB do I need to update to that firmware or is there not much difference.
Also was thinking of JB to 7 but worried that the iphone4 can't handle it very well? I'm happy with my 6.1.2 but I have an ipad Air and starting to warm up to the IOS7 especially after the JB..

Any suggestions? Cheers
I installed iOS 7 on my AT&T 4 to test it out and it ran pretty slow. Animations lagged and it lost its overall snappiness. I would recommend staying with your current setup. I think a general rule of thumb with Apple products and updates should be if it ain't broke, don't fix it. :)
 

Steve-Jobs

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Oct 18, 2010
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I installed iOS 7 on my AT&T 4 to test it out and it ran pretty slow. Animations lagged and it lost its overall snappiness. I would recommend staying with your current setup. I think a general rule of thumb with Apple products and updates should be if it ain't broke, don't fix it. :)
Thanks mate, that was main concern, phone running slow. What about the 6.1.3 JB have yuo tried that? Is there a difference?

cheers
 
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