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If the iPhone was faster after the release of iOS 9.1? [video]

On the YouTube channel iAppleBytes was a series of test videos comparing the performance of iOS 9.1, iOS 9.0.2 and iOS 8.4.1. The test is timed to the release of the final version of the update iOS 9.1.

iOS 9.1 debuted on October 21 and brought a number of fixes related to stability. In the update function has been improved live photos, able to combine photos and video shot for fifteen seconds before and after the shutter is released. Earlier videos are often shown that as the user starts to put a smartphone in your pocket. In addition, the system became available to 150 new emojis in Unicode 7.0 and 8.0, now supports Apple News for the UK.

iAppleBytes had a traditional test run with standard and third-party applications from the App Store. iOS 9.1, as it turned out, boasts a higher speed compared to iOS 9.0.2. This is noticeable in many test applications, which includes Messaging, Maps, Phone, App Store, Safari, and other Apple Music.

Enthusiast four times 9.1 iOS tested on iPhone 4s, iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s. The experiment yielded better performance compared to iOS 9.0.2. Although in some cases they are visible on the level of error. At the same time, iOS 9.1 lags in speed from iOS 8.4.1. In the test involving the latest release of “eight” she was significantly more productive fresh release.

9.1 iOS vs iOS 8.4.1 – the iPhone 4s:

9.1 iOS vs iOS 8.4.1 – the iPhone 5:

iOS vs iOS 9.0.2 9.1 – iPhone 5:

iOS vs iOS 9.0.2 9.1 – iPhone 5:

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