Thursday, March 30, 2017

iOS 10.3 VS iOS 10.2.1 Speed Test Comparison On Videos

If you want to compare iOS 10.3 vs iOS 10.2.1 speed test on all compatible iOS devices then go on reading. Just two days back Apple has released its recent software update in a form of iOS 10.3. Apart from a bulk of new features, the latest software version release also brings tweaked system animations and Apple File System(APFS) that lead to a noticeable improvement in performance and smoothness of iOS devices.


But apart from the perceived system performance, does iOS 10.3 bring about any notable improvements in booting times or app loading? To ascertain this YouTuber iAppleBytes conducted a speed tests. The performance and speed tests were carried out on iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S. As it turned out boot times have improved slightly on all iPhones on which the speed test was conducted. The faster boot times was more evident on the older iPhones, but even the iPhone 6s showed a few seconds improvements in its boot times.

Of course you can make your own conclusions watching the iOS 10.3 vs iOS 10.2.1 speed test videos below.


                                                 


Talking about app loading times, all the iPhones running iOS 10.3 did load apps faster, but the credit for that likely goes to the shorter system animations that also lead to a perceived improvement in system performance and smoothness. Lastly, in benchmarks, iOS 10.3 did not bring about any major improvements to performance, with the scores on all the devices being all over the place.

And if you think your iOS device is taking longer than before to boot after updating to iOS 10.3, its due to the new Apple File system. Since the conversion happens during the first boot after the update, it can take a long time. Subsequent boots, however, will be faster as shown in the videos above.

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