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    Quote Originally Posted by subywrex View Post
    My videos still buffer like a mofo on my 5 when on wifi. It really is annoying. And yes I do notice my wifi speed tests are slower on my 5 then 4s. Quite annoying
    I get exact same speedtest results on my 4S and 5. Is Apple aware of this issue with "some" ip5es? Could there be differences in the router type you use? I'm on an "N" speed router not a "G".. Don't know if that makes any diff..
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  3. #43
    Quote Originally Posted by NewdestinyX View Post
    I get exact same speedtest results on my 4S and 5. Is Apple aware of this issue with "some" ip5es? Could there be differences in the router type you use? I'm on an "N" speed router not a "G".. Don't know if that makes any diff..
    It does but I'm also on a dual band n router

  4. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by subywrex View Post
    My videos still buffer like a mofo on my 5 when on wifi. It really is annoying. And yes I do notice my wifi speed tests are slower on my 5 then 4s. Quite annoying
    Mine don't buffer, but I have great Internet speeds from Verizon FiOS. I use a Linksys N router with dual-band Wi-Fi.

  5. #45
    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Bouchard View Post
    Mine don't buffer, but I have great Internet speeds from Verizon FiOS. I use a Linksys N router with dual-band Wi-Fi.
    May be time to visit the apple store. I don't have fios speeds unfortunately but i do have a 12 meg line and that should be plenty fast. Never have an issue on any other IDevice other than my Iphone 5

  6. #46
    Quote Originally Posted by subywrex View Post
    May be time to visit the apple store. I don't have fios speeds unfortunately but i do have a 12 meg line and that should be plenty fast. Never have an issue on any other IDevice other than my Iphone 5
    Before I had Verizon FiOS I had 11Mb/s down and my videos would buffer constantly. If you're using Google's YouTube app, this is because the application renders videos in their highest quality automatically when on Wi-Fi.

  7. #47
    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Bouchard View Post
    Before I had Verizon FiOS I had 11Mb/s down and my videos would buffer constantly. If you're using Google's YouTube app, this is because the application renders videos in their highest quality automatically when on Wi-Fi.
    Yeah and even if it renders in SD it's so crappy I can't see what's going on.

  8. #48
    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Bouchard View Post
    Before I had Verizon FiOS I had 11Mb/s down and my videos would buffer constantly. If you're using Google's YouTube app, this is because the application renders videos in their highest quality automatically when on Wi-Fi.
    The problem is I use the same app on every other device and no buffer issues. This only came about on the iPhone 5. Also my speed tests are slower on my i5 than other devices

  9. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by subywrex View Post
    The problem is I use the same app on every other device and no buffer issues. This only came about on the iPhone 5. Also my speed tests are slower on my i5 than other devices
    Yeah. It's time to go to Apple Store, bro. I have Comcast's faster home service which promises 50mb down. And I have an 'n' dual band wifi router.

    Just now on my SPEEDTEST.NET on both my iP5 and iP4S side by side I'm getting
    23.30Mbps down on the iPhone 5 and
    21.25Mbps down on the iPhone 4S.

    (for a fun tidbit - when I switch the iP5 to LTE - I get 34.30Mbps down! wow -- faster than my ISP provider's fastest WIFI.. )

    That's exactly what I remembered and expected. They're virtually identical.

    Have you tried RESET ALL NETWORK SETTINGS yet on the 5?

    Grant
    Last edited by NewdestinyX; 01-25-2013 at 02:20 PM.

  10. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by NewdestinyX View Post

    Just now on my SPEEDTEST.NET on both my iP5 and iP4S side by side I'm getting
    23.30Mbps down on the iPhone 5 and
    21.25Mbps down on the iPhone 4S.

    (for a fun tidbit - when I switch the iP5 to LTE - I get 34.30Mbps down! wow -- faster than my ISP provider's fastest WIFI.. )
    I too get promised 50 down by Verizon, and with my dual-band N router these are my results (smaller screen is iPhone 4, larger display obviously iPhone 5):



    My LTE :P

    Last edited by Anthony Bouchard; 01-25-2013 at 05:54 PM.

  11. #51
    Quote Originally Posted by NewdestinyX View Post
    Yeah. It's time to go to Apple Store, bro. I have Comcast's faster home service which promises 50mb down. And I have an 'n' dual band wifi router.

    Just now on my SPEEDTEST.NET on both my iP5 and iP4S side by side I'm getting
    23.30Mbps down on the iPhone 5 and
    21.25Mbps down on the iPhone 4S.

    (for a fun tidbit - when I switch the iP5 to LTE - I get 34.30Mbps down! wow -- faster than my ISP provider's fastest WIFI.. )

    That's exactly what I remembered and expected. They're virtually identical.

    Have you tried RESET ALL NETWORK SETTINGS yet on the 5?

    Grant
    I restored as a new phone to try and fix. But that didn't work

  12. #52
    Quote Originally Posted by subywrex View Post
    I restored as a new phone to try and fix. But that didn't work
    I believe the issue is more likely your network than the iPhone. If not that, YouTube is just poorly made. Have you tried the Web-based YouTube?

  13. #53
    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Bouchard View Post
    I believe the issue is more likely your network than the iPhone. If not that, YouTube is just poorly made. Have you tried the Web-based YouTube?
    But you're experiencing the same "much slower" Wifi on your 5 than 4S, Anthony. Any thoughts? Is this a common thing out there you've been hearing about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewdestinyX View Post
    But you're experiencing the same "much slower" Wifi on your 5 than 4S, Anthony. Any thoughts? Is this a common thing out there you've been hearing about?
    Huh? Anthony never said that.

  15. #55
    Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
    Huh? Anthony never said that.
    Look at his results he posted in his pics, Simon. 43 down on 4S and only 19 down on the 5 - both on Wifi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewdestinyX View Post
    Look at his results he posted in his pics, Simon. 43 down on 4S and only 19 down on the 5 - both on Wifi.
    His iPhone 5 is the one with 43. His iPhone 4 the one with 19.

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  18. #57
    Simon is right, my iPhone 5 is fine. Slower speeds are from non-dual band iPhone 4.
    Last edited by Anthony Bouchard; 01-25-2013 at 05:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
    His iPhone 5 is the one with 43. His iPhone 4 the one with 19.
    Oh.. He said the larger one was the 5. I thought the white bars one was indicating the 5 - that's an optical illusion. My error.

    My ip5 gets nowhere near such a difference in wifi over my 4S.
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  20. #59
    Quote Originally Posted by NewdestinyX View Post
    Oh.. He said the larger one was the 5. I thought the white bars one was indicating the 5 - that's an optical illusion. My error.

    My ip5 gets nowhere near such a difference in wifi over my 4S.
    iPhone 5 is the only iPhone that has the 5GHz Wi-Fi channel. iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S are not dual-band and they're slower than iPhone 5 when connecting to a dual-band N router with fast ISP speeds. Check it out:

    Compare iPhones

    If your iPhone 5 is getting the same speed as your 4S on a 50Mb/s network, I would say the router isn't dual-band.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daytonaviolet View Post
    i cant wait to donate and then upgrade to ip5 ios6.1 im still on ip4s ios5.11 .. can you believe that
    Yeah... but I had the iphone 4 with 5.1.1 until my phone got stolen... so instead i am now stuck with just an ipod touch 5th gen which is without a jailbreak and I personally hate the bigger screen. it doesnt make my hand fit better like apple says, it just makes it harder to reach the top of the screen when holding with one hand................

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