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  Reply # 1389220 17-Sep-2015 18:04
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Wifi speed tanked post upgrade. had to wipe and reset all connections, seemed to solve it.




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  Reply # 1389232 17-Sep-2015 18:22
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Venerable Iphone 4s updated to iOS9.  No issues so far.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1389234 17-Sep-2015 18:27
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Updated iPad Mini 1, iPhone 5c and iPod Touch 5th Gen all upgraded without any issues, a little slow over VDSL but is normal.




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  Reply # 1389269 17-Sep-2015 19:48
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Installed it on my 6 Plus and noticed that the "app switcher" when you double-tap the home button is rather laggy when scrolling through the open apps. Not smooth at all like it has always been in the past (including on my previous devices with older iOS versions). Also when I've been opening games to play, everything seems to freeze for like a second just before the Game Center "Welcome back, <username>" thing appears...

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  Reply # 1389271 17-Sep-2015 19:54
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FlatButt: Installed it on my 6 Plus and noticed that the "app switcher" when you double-tap the home button is rather laggy when scrolling through the open apps. Not smooth at all like it has always been in the past (including on my previous devices with older iOS versions). Also when I've been opening games to play, everything seems to freeze for like a second just before the Game Center "Welcome back, <username>" thing appears...

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I am actually finding the opposite.

Seems speedier to me. Maybe you could do with a back up and restore?




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  Reply # 1389283 17-Sep-2015 20:15
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dickytim:
FlatButt: Installed it on my 6 Plus and noticed that the "app switcher" when you double-tap the home button is rather laggy when scrolling through the open apps. Not smooth at all like it has always been in the past (including on my previous devices with older iOS versions). Also when I've been opening games to play, everything seems to freeze for like a second just before the Game Center "Welcome back, <username>" thing appears...

:/


I am actually finding the opposite.

Seems speedier to me. Maybe you could do with a back up and restore?
Already tried that and nothing changed.. Oh well, only have to deal with it for just over a week until I have my 6S Plus anyway.

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  Reply # 1389294 17-Sep-2015 20:32
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FlatButt: Installed it on my 6 Plus and noticed that the "app switcher" when you double-tap the home button is rather laggy when scrolling through the open apps. Not smooth at all like it has always been in the past (including on my previous devices with older iOS versions). Also when I've been opening games to play, everything seems to freeze for like a second just before the Game Center "Welcome back, <username>" thing appears...

:/


I have a 6 plus and have not seen this issue




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  Reply # 1389320 17-Sep-2015 21:26
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Download took 5 minutes through iTunes for my first phone then the second update took 3 hours to download for some reason.. must have been a caching issue at Snap

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  Reply # 1389368 17-Sep-2015 22:37
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Wizzid: Venerable Iphone 4s updated to iOS9.  No issues so far.


Whats the speed like ?

Trying to decide if I update the wife 4s or not.

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  Reply # 1389376 17-Sep-2015 23:26
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Might re-install my iPhone 6, I've noticed a few times today my phone seems to be running on the warm side. It does happen time to time when I'm streaming out and about but not as often as today. I guess the update is settling in or something?




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tardtasticx: Might re-install my iPhone 6, I've noticed a few times today my phone seems to be running on the warm side. It does happen time to time when I'm streaming out and about but not as often as today. I guess the update is settling in or something?
Ive fead in the past that maybe iOS 8 it was, was using more battery after the update. It apparently spent CPU time re indexing Spotlight, when that was done, it was fine. Maybe something along those lines? More CPU = more heat.

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  Reply # 1389453 18-Sep-2015 07:49
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Done kids iPad2.  Did it OTA and it took nearly 1.5 hrs but all seems well.  My impression is it is a bit zippier.  




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  Reply # 1389474 18-Sep-2015 08:14
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My battery isnt flat yet. its been like 2 hour with no charge.
What is this witchcraft. 





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  Reply # 1389495 18-Sep-2015 08:25
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I cannot believe the Safari browsing speed with "Peace" installed. A massive, dramatic reduction in loading times.

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  Reply # 1389512 18-Sep-2015 08:48
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So when I left home this morning my iPhone popped up a message that said "16 minutes to work in normal traffic", but I'm pretty sure there is nothing on my phone that indicates where I work... what sorcery is this?




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