Wednesday, November 26, 2014

iOS 8.1.1 Improved Performance In Older Devices

Apple company put in iOS 8.1.1 improved performance for older iPhone 4S and iPad 2 devices. But it happened though that the improvements that new software is supposed to bring to older iDevices in the end doesn’t as good as expected.

All these words are concerned to the iPhone 4S. Right around the time when iOS 8 was first introduced to the public in middle September Ars Technica did a lot of tests to see how the newest iOS 8 mobile software worked on Apple’s older flagship. The conclusions were not all that great.

On Monday, November 17, brand new test utilizing iOS 8.1.1 was released. It was supposed that this test will bring stability improvements along with other fixes. Indeed, the iOS 8.1.1 does gained some minor iOS 8.1.1 improved performances in key areas, but it is not enough.

Analyzing test notes we can say that when it comes to application loading times, some areas are not noticeably faster than in previous iOS versions. Other take longer time to launch.

This Ars Technica test did a great work because it reported about the examples of the iPhone 4S, iPad 2, iPad mini 2, and other older Apple devices issues like lag and general choppiness within the interface with iOS 8.1.1

All things considered, Ars indicates that the time period of Apple’s A5 processor has come, and along with the A7, A8 and 64-bit-focused Apple getting the reigns, these kinds of older devices are quite possibly simply going to be let out into the wild, to be ignored with newer more sophisticated software package versions, like iOS 8.2.


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