On Monday released iOS 9.3 beta 4, designed to fix some bugs in the firmware and add a number of important functions. Among the most notable changes of the fourth Assembly – the new mode button Night Shift to automatically adjust the color temperature of the display depending on the time of day. As we can see, Apple has worked hard on optimizing the performance of iOS in 9.2.1. What about iOS 9.3?
Great iAppleBytes, thoroughly testing each software update Apple decided to compare the speed of iOS 9.3 beta 4 and iOS 9.2.1 and took for these purposes, four of the smartphone — iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5s and iPhone 6. Placing a number of devices with iOS iOS and 9.2.1 9.3, he consistently opened up the program and evaluated the performance. IPhone also passed the test for download speed and performance in Geekbench 3.
The results of the experiment may disappoint users who expect performance improvements in iOS 9.3. Despite the obvious progress in this area is the fourth beta version still runs slower than the previous stable release. Especially clearly it is appreciable on the iPhone 4s, which most apps open with a noticeable delay. Best of all coped with the most efficient of tested phones – the iPhone 6.
We can only hope that Apple will still find ways of optimizing the operating system. A number of online sources confirm that beta 4 will be the last test before the March update release of iOS 9.3. The system, according to rumors, will be officially unveiled alongside the iPhone 5se and iPad Air 3.
iOS 9.3 beta 4 vs iOS 9.2.1: iPhone 4s
iOS 9.3 beta 4 vs iOS 9.2.1: iPhone 5
iOS 9.3 beta 4 vs iOS 9.2.1: iPhone 5s
iOS 9.3 beta 4 vs iOS 9.2.1: iPhone 6