I also noticed a slightly better responsiveness but I think that might be because everything was reinstalled. Also there's definitely no apps running in the background when I first start it up. I'll see if this responsiveness stays when I used my iPhone more normally. It's not a dramatic difference for me so I don't know if it's really iOS 5 that's doing it. I suspect it's more of a benefit of the iOS reinstall.My 4 actually feels a bit more responsive after the upgrade.
I haven't really noticed a huge difference in battery performance but I still need to play with mine more to give a definite answer. I have noticed that my iPhone 4 is running a little warmer than normal though.Hey all, I am new to the Mac Forums but a long time iPhone/iPad user. I was wondering if anyone had any input on battery life/drain issues with iOS 5? I have played around with my iPhone 4 quite a bit since the update and noticed the battery life draining much faster than normal. Of course I could be completely paranoid but any other opinions would be great! Thanks!
It's not bad. I don't know if I like it better than the TellMeLater app I have. What's nice about Apple's Reminders app is the location based reminder feature.Love the new reminders app.