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    Jailbreak vs Non-Jailbreak Speed

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    Here is a video demoing two 3GS iPhones. One has been Jailbroken and one has not.



    See for yourself, does Jailbreaking slow down the iPhone?
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    Guess not. Looks good to me.
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    Jailbreaking on it's own shouldn't slow down the iphone, so whoever thinks so just doesn't understand what the jailbreak does. It's certain apps and such that would have an effect. There have been a few apps I used that slowed things down but not really too bad.

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    No, but the screen looks dimmer.

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    [quote=gorcorps;1170147]Jailbreaking on it's own shouldn't slow down the iphone, so whoever thinks so just doesn't understand what the jailbreak does. It's certain apps and such that would have an effect. There have been a few apps I used that slowed things down but not really too bad.[/quote

    um i dont know since my iphone is unlocked, but does that slow it down?
    with the new firmwear my pic messaging is really slow.... im talking a few minutes to send 2 pics and atleast a minute to send one picture...is this do to having a unlocked phone?

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    Sounds like the slow down is from the size or file size of the pictures your sending and also the connection your using when sending the pictures.

    File size and connection speed will make a difference when sending files that are larger.

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    About the pic messaging... I don't think that was fully initialized yet. AT&T has yet to enable MMS service for the iphone I thought, and using MMS on any other network won't work as intended as things just work differently on different networks.

    Also, what do you mean 'with the new firmware my pic messaging is really slow' piccopower? This is the first iphone firmware that's allowed picture messaging so you shouldn't have anything to compare it to to know if it's slower or faster than 'normal'.

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    Maybe he's sending it in an email?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gorcorps View Post
    About the pic messaging... I don't think that was fully initialized yet. AT&T has yet to enable MMS service for the iphone I thought, and using MMS on any other network won't work as intended as things just work differently on different networks.

    Also, what do you mean 'with the new firmware my pic messaging is really slow' piccopower? This is the first iphone firmware that's allowed picture messaging so you shouldn't have anything to compare it to to know if it's slower or faster than 'normal'.
    I mean with 3.0. Yes I have nothing to compare except for other phones. Ok just wondering also.
    My email pics go just fine.
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