Apple recently released the first beta of iOS 9.3 with new features coming soon to our iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Some of these changes will mean a before and after in the iDevices, but … What happens to the overall system speed? Will the iOS 9.3 firmware offer a better performance than iOS 9.2? Is any improvement will be noticed when updating the iOS firmware?
The beta versions of iOS are often buggy. Some offer very good performance since the first version and others, however, they seem to completely ruin the experience of using an iPhone or other Apple mobile device. Hopefully, the final versions usually solve these problems and generally offer a more than acceptable for most user performance.
Now that iOS 9.3 Beta 1 is available, the logical question is: Does this improved performance against iOS 9.2? To answer these questions we will use the videos that we leave then. In them you can see the return obtained by different generations of iPhone performing different with both the iOS 9.2 and iOS 9.3.
(Source: iAppleBytes [YouTube])
It seems that this first beta of iOS 9.3 brings no good news in terms of performance. The videos show a slowdown compared to the current generation operating system, although it really does not mean anything definite yet. We should note that this is the first beta of a new version that includes many new features, so we’ll have to wait for future betas to see if Apple improves on this point.
As mentioned before, the betas are usually a lottery in performance and iOS 9.3 could suffer a great improvement for the final version to be distributed to all users. So for now happen to be optimistic and have patience in the face of improvements that may come in future betas and, above all, in the final version of the operating system, if the first rumors are true, will be released in March.