This week Apple released the fourth beta of iOS 10.3 with the new file system APFS. Users the Netwo rk has set out to study the issue of optimization of the update, comparing the performance of iOS iOS 10.3 and 10.2.1. The test was conducted on four models of the iPhone.
The testing was detailed enough, the author of the experiment iAppleBytes did several tests, including boot, run programs, performance in the Geekbench. First, the blogger appreciated the download speed of the two devices. By placing the two next iPhone, he also included the device and measured the result. Summary: iOS 10.3 beta 4 loads faster on all devices, a difference emerged for the iPhone 6s.
In the second experiment tested the response speed applications. The blogger opened the App Store, iTunes, Weather, Clock, Maps, and some other programs. This test clearly demonstrated the superiority of iOS over iOS 10.3 10.2.1. OS with the new file system APFS in many scenarios proved to be more productive. In most cases, the smartphones to the new OS, albeit a beta, open applications faster.
In Apple claim that iOS 10.3 was created with the expectation of optimization. Judging by the results of the experiment in the field, the company has managed to achieve.
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