LOL: iOS 4.0 on iPhone 3G

Warning: Those of you with an iPhone 3G who upgraded to iOS 4.0 will cry while watching this.

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30 Responses to LOL: iOS 4.0 on iPhone 3G

  1. Yep, that looks shockingly familiar. It also took over four hours to install the OS in the first place.

    This is one of the reasons that I decided to get an iPhone 4 sooner rather than later. Maybe that's what Apple was hoping I'd do.

  2. Yep, that looks shockingly familiar. It also took over four hours to install the OS in the first place.
    This is one of the reasons that I decided to get an iPhone 4 sooner rather than later. Maybe that’s what Apple was hoping I’d do.

  3. Yep, that's about right. I'm so ready to go back to iPhone OS3. But alas, Steve won't allow it.

  4. Yep, that’s about right. I’m so ready to go back to iPhone OS3. But alas, Steve won’t allow it.

  5. Yup, very true…this is why I am planning to get an Android based phone when my ATT Contract is up.

  6. Yup, very true…this is why I am planning to get an Android based phone when my ATT Contract is up.

  7. Wow I am glad I have the 3gs. However I do not know if its me or not but my camera crashes my whole phone now since the 4.0 update :(

  8. Wow I am glad I have the 3gs. However I do not know if its me or not but my camera crashes my whole phone now since the 4.0 update :(

  9. Its sort of true. Best way to install ios4 is to install it, then do a restore with the new system and sync. No backup involved. Which means you lose things – so be careful – but performance is good. Well better…

  10. Its sort of true. Best way to install ios4 is to install it, then do a restore with the new system and sync. No backup involved. Which means you lose things – so be careful – but performance is good. Well better…

  11. My 3GS is nowhere nearly that laggy or slow.

    I think that guy opened as many apps as possible before filming that. Take Safari for instance – he had 8 pages open – that's ridiculous.

    Yes, there are a few slowdowns, but this video is misleading.

      • I recognize that. I'm simply saying that:

        A) The 3GS is much better.

        B) He intentionally crippled his phone to make it look worse.

        • As an iPhone 3G user who upgraded to iOS4 I can tell you that he probably did not intentionally cripple his phone. My 3G has had awful, AWFUL performance since the upgrade. Mail, Safari, third party apps, making calls – they all crash, freeze up, or just don't open.

          I like apple too, but I hate fanboys. So quit being such a fanboy, Fanboy.

  12. My 3GS is nowhere nearly that laggy or slow.

    I think that guy opened as many apps as possible before filming that. Take Safari for instance – he had 8 pages open – that’s ridiculous.

    Yes, there are a few slowdowns, but this video is misleading.

      • I recognize that. I’m simply saying that:

        A) The 3GS is much better.
        B) He intentionally crippled his phone to make it look worse.

        • As an iPhone 3G user who upgraded to iOS4 I can tell you that he probably did not intentionally cripple his phone. My 3G has had awful, AWFUL performance since the upgrade. Mail, Safari, third party apps, making calls – they all crash, freeze up, or just don’t open.

          I like apple too, but I hate fanboys. So quit being such a fanboy, Fanboy.

  13. Wow, that would be one frustrating phone to use. That wouldn't last that long in my household…would have been thrown against a wall long ago…

  14. Wow, that would be one frustrating phone to use. That wouldn’t last that long in my household…would have been thrown against a wall long ago…