Do ipod touvhes go slower the more stuff are on them?

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  1. Darrien14

    Darrien14 Member

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    Im asking because me and my cousin were doing a speed test we have the same third gen 32gb and his was like a second faster that mine loading apps on a fresh slate. He has 29 or 28 gb left on his ipod while I have 19 and that brings me to my question do ipod touches go slower the more stuff you have on them.
    thanks
  2. Fike

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    NO <5char>
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    HeadReaper Well-Known Member

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    Two threads, really now?
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    Hmm i've noticed this on my 8GB 2g.
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    Well yes, kinda. If you go into sb setting and click more(ic u have a jb device) then mobile substrate addons. All of those things effect your springbourd lag/speed etc. If you have a lot of cydia apps and jb apps then it can possibly slow down your ipod. But lets say you have no jb apps and you are 100% jb free and only download appstore apps then no there is no difference. Hope i helped

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  6. Darrien14

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    I had a 3g so I thought i posted in the wrong section at first. its just an mistake man

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    Unjailbroken, the barely do. You might have had apps running in the background, and apps checking for data in push notifications, but i believe thats what an inactive iPhone or iPod touch will do at most.
  8. helikido

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    Yes it does the more u use. A restartcwill do the trick

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