OK, so it’s obviously not true, but that’s what it feels like.   The 2.2 update has vastly improved the performance of not just the core OS of the iPhone but of all of the installed apps, both native and from the App Store.   The AP News app, for example, used to take 10-20 seconds to […]
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Apple Achieves Technical Breakthrough, Installs New, Faster Chip In iPhone Via Software Update

OK, so it’s obviously not true, but that’s what it feels like.   The 2.2 update has vastly improved the performance of not just the core OS of the iPhone but of all of the installed apps, both native and from the App Store.   The AP News app, for example, used to take 10-20 seconds to refresh a news category – now it takes 2-4.    Even apps that took an eternity to load (Such as X-Plane) now load substantially and remarkably faster.   The stability is greatly improved thus far as well – X-Plane used to require a reboot immediately before play unless you wanted it to crash within 60 seconds or so.  That appears to be no longer the case.   In fact, with the exception of Safari crashing once, I haven’t had ANY app crashes yet; I would have expected a few by now prior to the update.

What have your 2.2 experiences been like? 

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