Maybe it's just me but my iPhone 4 seemed more... Stable... Than this 4S. iOS is buggy and Siri hardly works like she should. Stupid bitch.rick snagwell said:biggest regret was selling my VIP4 jb on 4.2.8. for a 4S stock. and i have siri turned off...useless gimmick.
My iP4S is a lot more stable and snappy than my jailbroken iP4. The only reasons I went back to my iP4 were for lockinfo and MyWi/3G. Other than that, swiping my SMS notifications on the iP4S lockscreen was so fast that I didn't care for biteSMS or quick replying anymore.Wirelessly posted (iPhone 4S: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 5_0_1 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/534.46 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.1 Mobile/9A405 Safari/7534.48.3)
Maybe it's just me but my iPhone 4 seemed more... Stable... Than this 4S. iOS is buggy and Siri hardly works like she should. Stupid bitch.
i had both for a while (iphone 4 jailbroken, 4s obviously not) and didn't have much issue switching to the 4s. i just like the snappiness and response of the 4s way more. my iphone 4 was feeling bogged down and slow.Are any of you using the iPhone 4 jailbroken and have put aside the iPhone 4S until an A5 jailbreak is out? I'm just wondering if there are any others as crazy as I am.
oh well, i just have a bad feeling about this A5 jb...won't be the same awesome stable one i had on my VIP4 4.2.8.
i need folder enhancer, sb settings, lock info, tetherme, activator. i will not jump on the next iPhone until a jailbreak is available either. or maybe i will but not open the box.I've always jailbroken. but with some of the upgrades in recent iOS i really have no need to JB. only thing i miss is exchange unlock.