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Ok this is SOLVED!!! Yeaaaa!! :-) After I updated, Siri and Dictation quit working and only worked on Bluetooth! I tried everything and spent days researching it on the web and no one knew anything! I checked all the settings, I tested the memo mic and the main camera mic and all worked good. I was positive it was a software issue and it was... More or less....
Unlike rooting android, which users perform to enhance performance by overclocking, upgrading to a better kernel, and customisation, iPhone is pretty well optimised in this aspect, so one of the obvious reasons someone would find a need to jailbreak it would be just the customisation. To clear your doubts, this will not slow down your device but could ...
I guess I would ask what features or functions are you hoping to gain. Back in the"early" days there were lots of reasons to jailbreak (besides just plain fun): 3rd party apps, springboard, customization, tethering, and other hacks. For me, iOS has acquired all the features that I got from jailbreaking, without the extra hassle.
No. Jailbreaking itself doesn't cause slowness. It's what you do with that that causes trouble. And since you have a 6s.. I wouldn't bother jailbreaking it until iOS 10, since it's so close.
Take it to the Apple store? If it's just restoring the phone they shouldn't charge you anything. And after a clean restore you can then try to restore it again at home.
Absinthe 2.0.4 has support for PowerPC. It works on iOS 5.0 - 5.1.1.
Usually, there are at least 5 ways to fix an iPhone stuck on Apple screen after jailbreak: Force restart the iPhone; Use the Volume Up, Home and Power buttons; Update or restore iPhone in recovery mode; Restore iPhone in DFU mode; Use a third-party tool.
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