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iOS 9.3 beta 1 can’t boast of performance when compared to iOS 9.2 [video]

Great iAppleBytes evaluated the performance of the new operating system iOS got the number 9.3. As a starting point he chose the latest stable release Apple – iOS 9.2. According to the previous test firmware – iOS 9.2.1 – we have seen that the developers of Cupertino are working on the optimization of the system. Did Apple improve iOS performance in 9.3?

iAppleBytes four times tested iOS 9.3 beta 1 and iOS 9.2: iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, 5s and 6. He consistently opened applications on the device, comparing the start time and “otyskivat”. In the end, the blogger concluded the work of the OS on each device.

“The experiment did not reveal any significant performance improvements in iOS 9.3 on all devices. On the contrary, in many problems of iOS 9.2 works faster, which is especially noticeable on the iPhone 4s and iPhone 5,” says iAppleBytes. But it is worth to make allowances for the fact that we are talking about the test build of iOS 9.3, and the very first. In future editions, probably, Apple will pay attention to code optimization.

Update iOS 9.3 beta 1, released on Monday to developers, makes changes in several system applications. Thus, the Notes application has the opportunity to limit access to records important information by protecting them with a password or Touch ID. In the news aggregator News Apple added video support and horizontal mode, while the Health app – new sections with information about the user’s activity.

In addition, in iOS 9.3 there was an option Night Shift designed to improve sleep iPhone and iPad. Focusing on GPS data and clock, the software will calculate, when it becomes dark, and change colors on your screen to promote sleep.

iOS 9.3 beta 1 vs iOS 9.2: iPhone 4s

iOS 9.3 beta 1 vs iOS 9.2: iPhone 5

iOS 9.3 beta 1 vs iOS 9.2: iPhone 5s

iOS 9.3 beta 1 vs iOS 9.2: iPhone 6

While access to the iOS received only 9.3 application developers, in the coming days is expected to release a public build. The previous update number 9.2 became available to the public on 8 December 2015.

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