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iOS 5 runs slow and jumpy


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I have a 32GB iPod Touch 4th Gen. I've updated to iOS 5 but when I listen to my music it seems to run slower than it should. Whenever I go to change the song it takes a second or two for the next song to start. I've tried a hard reset but to no avail. Anybody else having this issue?

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I concur.
iOS5 is slow.
Also it is a memory hog, and does not like to have more than a few apps in the switching background,(close them all down all the time for better, but still tardy performance)
even just scrolling on it to choose an app is now sluggish and poor.
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Yeah, I've noticed that closing all the background helps it a bit. Hopefully there will be an update soon and help speed it up.

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Turning off iCloud worked for me. Settings->iCloud and disable all features (although I left 'find my iPod' on). I also turned off Bluetooth and unticked all spotlight search options and rebooted but I think it was iCloud that was causing my iPod to lag -Most noticeably the unlock passcode screen, album cover flow, music playback and accessing the camera.
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