In an alleged email response to a customer complaint, Apple CEO Steve Jobs has reportedly said a fix for issues related to running iOS 4 on an iPhone 3G is coming soon. Mac Rumors reports that the customer in question said iOS 4 was “dog slow” on his iPhone 3G, citing responsiveness issues when scrolling, zooming, and typing. “I’ve waited patiently through 4.0.1 and 4.0.2, looking for a fix that will make my phone work again,” the customer’s email read. In a typically terse response, Jobs allegedly said, “Software update coming soon.” The report notes that the iOS 4.1 betas do seem to offer performance improvements on the iPhone 3G, suggesting that may be the update to which Jobs was referring.
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