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Saturday, 9 September 2017

Test speed iOS 10.3.3 vs iOS 11



Apple's new operating system is literally just around the corner. It is likely to be released the same day 12 at Apple's WWDC , just as they announce the new iPhone. Although the system has not yet been released, we can try out its beta version for free and very simply . As long as we assume it will have some flaws and mediocre performance.

That's what I came to tell you today, the performance of iOS 11. Every year Apple launches a renewal of this system and every year everyone has the same feeling: older devices work worse . This is true? Probably, you have to keep in mind that they add several functions to the system and it is normal to expect some extra consumption of resources, but perhaps the general lag is excessive in some devices.


iOS 10.3.3 vs iOS 11 Beta 9



The YouTube channel iAppleBytes will get us out of doubt. iAppleBytes has made a comparison between two iPad Air identical except for one thing: the operating system. In one we have installed iOS 10.3.3 and the other iOS 11 Beta 4 . Both iPad are subjected to speed tests, and the truth is that the difference between the two systems is very noticeable.

For you to judge yourselves, here is the video of iAppleBytes:



Let's agree on one thing: iOS 11 for iPad incorporates many more functions than in its version for iPhone. That's why iAppleBytes has done exactly the same test with two iPhone 6S .


The thing changes a lot in this case, because even though a slightly slower boot in iOS 11 has passed, the speed of both devices through the system interface is very similar .

We also have to keep in mind that iOS 11 is in its beta version. You can expect a mediocre performance of this . In addition, Apple does not usually optimize its systems up to version X.1 of this. So you know, if you are worried that your iPad Air will not work well with iOS 11, wait for version 11.1 , which will incorporate many performance improvements that will improve the user experience.

Source | actualiphone.com

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