In February you will manage the performance of iOS 11.3 with a button -


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Thursday, 1 February 2018

In February you will manage the performance of iOS 11.3 with a button

Apple apologized for slowing the performance of iOS 11 on devices of previous generations in favor of their batteries. But the company also promised that it would solve this problem in future updates.

Now the beta version of iOS 11.3 has arrived, and the company of the bitten apple is going to implement a new configuration adjustment so that users can manage the performance and stability of their mobile operating system on iPhone and iPad.

In summary, the Adjustments application will have a button that allows users to activate or deactivate the lag . As is. This functionality will be available on iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus . It will be presented together with iOS 11.3 this same month of February.

The declarations of Apple

This has been confirmed by Apple through Axios :

"About a year ago, we delivered a software update that improves power management during peak workloads to prevent unexpected blackouts on certain iPhones with older batteries. We know that iPhones have become an important part of our customers' daily lives and our intention was to improve the customer experience. [...] We also announce that we have started to develop a new iOS function to show the battery status and recommend the user to consider replacing their battery. These actions were taken to further help our customers and help extend the life of their iPhone. In addition, users can see if the power management feature is used to prevent unexpected blackouts, and can be turned off if they wish. These features will be included in a developer version next month and a user release this spring. "

On the other hand, it has also been discovered that iOS 11.3 will bring back the animation of the user interface responsible for the calculator bug .

Apple has received a large number of demands in reference to this controversial issue, and that is to slow down the operation of a device in a premeditated way is, at least, an unorthodox action.

Source | Macrumors 

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