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Topic # 228947 31-Jan-2018 11:41
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I installed it this morning after seeing a few people online saying they noticed some performance improvements on the X.

 

I have an iPhone 7 and thought "why not," give it a try. 

 

 

 

Maybe it's the placebo effect, but honestly, it does feel considerably faster when performing even the most mundane tasks (opening settings, messages, etc.) 

 

 

 

Anyone else had the same experience so far? 

 

 






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  Reply # 1949183 31-Jan-2018 12:04
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Maybe they removed lets ' Slow down ' your iPhone feature

 

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  Reply # 1949184 31-Jan-2018 12:05
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Maybe they removed lets ' Slow down ' your iPhone feature

 

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nah, apparently that is coming in a later software update (no joke)

 

It will be  configurable option when it does, from what they've announced. 






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  Reply # 1949185 31-Jan-2018 12:09
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They have disabled the throttling in the current 11.3 beta, the option to enable/disable is not present yet

 

 




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  Reply # 1949187 31-Jan-2018 12:11
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They have disabled the throttling in the current 11.3 beta, the option to enable/disable is not present yet

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thats good to know... I can't get over just how much faster it feels. 

 

Haven't had a single case of an app freezing just yet - normally by now I'd have had at least 2 or 3.






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  Reply # 1949197 31-Jan-2018 12:23
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Yeah, I'm tempted but I'm waiting for beta 2

 

They've bought back the notifications from app store that lets you know which apps have automatically updated, it broke in 10.2 and they never fixed it.. always annoyed me


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