4802 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Jul 20, 2009 7:19 AM by Matthias Koehler
What do you mean by a hot and cold reset?
Do you have a protective case or film on the iPhone? If you do, try testing without it.
Try restoring the iPhone and setting it up as a new phone. http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=305744
Does someone has the same issue? It kills a little bit the great look&feel of this product, if you have to push the main button always 2, 3 or 4 times before it reacts.
Push longer. Quick stabs are occasionally missed, (or you think you pushed it but you really never did). A slightly longer push works better than a stab. Maybe a half second push.
Also if you happen to push while the phone is busy (perhaps checking mail) it sometimes seems slower. Closing safari can be slow it its chewing on something at the time.
If the phone seem sluggish turn it off (red slider - no need to go silver apple) and back on again.
My standard test is pressing settings icon. If mentally count 1001 1002 1003, and I expect the screen to populate with the settings before 1003 is complete. If I ever get to 1006, I power off an on again, and problem solved.
I mean with hot reset: a complete return to the original settings, including deleting all data, etc.
Cold reset: only holding standby+home for 10 seconds, data is not lost
Thx for your hint. Short question: how do I close an application on the iPhone? Is the app (e.g. Safari) really closed when I push the home button or is it stillrunning in the background?
(you see, I am a NEW iPhone user)