iPhone 2.0.1 speeds up the iPhone

Apple released a bug fix update to the iPhone. iPhone 2.0.1 arrived today and is available for all iPhones. I was eager to install the update because I wanted to see if it resolved a few of the issues I was having. I’m happy to report that it did! One of the biggest issues I was having was sluggishness in the Contacts app. Granted I have over 1,000 contacts on my iPhone, but version 1.1.4 was much faster at handling them than 2.0 was. iPhone software 2.0.1 brings back the responsiveness that I was used to. I was also having an issue with a couple of websites that would crash Safari. Those sites are now working without issue.

So far, this update has been a great improvement from the original 2.0 update. I have not noticed any new features though.


Not only did the 2.0.1 update speed things up, but my battery life has also improved quite a bit.

2 Replies to “iPhone 2.0.1 speeds up the iPhone”

  1. I also noticed that the iCal calendar colors are now syncing with the colors of the calendars on the iPhone. I don’t believe that was the case until iPhone 2.0, possibly 2.0.1.

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