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    iOS 4 Volume Reduction?
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    Question iOS 4 Volume Reduction?
    It seems to me, since I upgraded to 4.0 on my Touch that the top volume is less when listening to music.

    I listen to my touch while running on the treadmill at the gym and it seems I can't "pump it up" like I could a few months ago.

    Has anyone else noticed this?
    Dragonhunter

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    iOS 4 Volume Reduction?
    LewisBassett's Avatar
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    I have an IPhone 3G(s) And i don't see any problem with my speakers.


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    iOS 4 Volume Reduction?

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    Jul 21, 2010
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    Unhappy Update and my Ipod
    My issue is that now (on my 16gb ipod touch 2nd gen), Where I had about 7gb spare 6.88gb is now filled with "other" . Will a reset sort this out?

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