This is a test post from iPhone 5 with IOS 7 Beta 2.
The app was working fine, but my phone kept hanging and really became slow. At one point it just switched off and I had to do the power and home button routine to bring the phone back to life. Back to 6.1.3
Yes i have read quite a few iPhone 4 users reporting the performance issue. I guess IOS 7 is quite resource hungry as compared to IOS 6. I too was experiencing slowness with Beta 1. This one is better.
iOS 7 will be quite resource hungry courtesy the app switcher.
I saw this because when I used Auxo on a JB iPhone 5, my ram drained out quite rapidly. And once I removed it, the issues was resolved.
One might argue that it was a JB tweak thus resource hungry, but its quite possible that the same issue exists in iOS 7. If you observe carefully, many of the additions are features of JB tweaks available in cydia.
Since your in Banglore You may want to try irepair. Heard a lot about them. http://irepair.in/. You may want to check out their Facebook page.
A typical iPhone screen replacement costs around 3 thousand
iRepair is good. avoid iservice since they totally mess up your phone. iRepair will also give you warranty and honor their word. My friend got his screen replaced there for about 7k and also got 1 year warranty on any other issue.
avoid iservice since they totally mess up your phone.
Shocked to read this comment of yours. I know to each its own, but I am using iservice services from March 2011 (the day i bought my first iPhone - iPhone 4) and i felt their service was very phenomenal. Since my iPhone 4 does not have indian warranty (bought from US) for any issues i always take their repair service. Just 8 months back my sleep/power button stopped working and they repaired it replacing it with OEM part. Likewise i have recommended their name to many people in my office, friend circle and even other forums and all of them were very satisfied with their repair/unlock service.
If it is OK with you, for benefit of others can you please share your bad experiences with iservice here?