Last week released the first beta version of iOS 9.1 with a new pack of icons that includes Emoji middle finger. Author of YouTube channel called EverythingApplePro decided to compare the performance pack and the current iOS 9.0. Immediately I must say that the sensation did not happen – the first update for the main release can boast a higher performance compared with the current firmware.
iOS 9 now available for download on September 16 – a year after the release of iOS 8. This release was aimed at improving the stability and reliability of work and brought a large number of new features. Among the features of the new power saving mode, improved notes, news app, multiwindow mode, public transport routes in Apple Maps.
In EverythingApplePro compared the performance of iOS 9 and the first beta version of iOS 9.1 twice: at the lowest supported models of iPhone 4s and iPhone 5. Placing a number two smartphone with iOS 9 and iOS 9.1 beta 1, blogger alternately run pre-installed and third-party applications and compared the speed. In the process of testing was opening the notification Center, control room, Camera, Maps, App Store, Settings, iTunes, and other programs.
The experiment revealed no significant performance improvements in iOS 9.1. All changes on the level of error, although the author tests noticed little progress and smoother animations in the first update to the iPhone 5. You can see this in the video below.