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Difference between 1st gen and second?

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When I downloaded a game on itunes, it said iPhone and iPod Touch (second gen) compatible. What is the difference between the first and second? I thought there was none?(Ive been out of the iPod scene for a while now... So I dont know...)Also, where is the 'compatibility' information stored in the ipa? What if I were to change the compatibility? What would I need to change? Is it even possible? :(

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i think 1st gen iPod touch and 1st gen iPhone are slower than the second gen versions. just jailbreak or install a newer firmwire on your first gen device and see if it works then.

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Yeah, the first gen is DEFINITELY slower. If I am correct, the 32 and 64 gb second gens have 256mb ram (compared to 128). I feel that the wifi is not as smooth on the first gen, but that might just be me. The speed however is the major difference. I had a 1st gen and upgraded it to newer software and it kept taking longer to boot. However the second gen (my friend had one) booted pretty quickly (and the 3Gs which I have right now boots even faster, hahaha)

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