It’s been a couple days since iOS 9.3 was released—have you updated yet? If you haven’t, the following video from EverythingApplePro may help you decide if you’re on the fence. The channel has posted real-world speed tests comparing iOS 9.3 versus iOS 9.2.1 on the iPhone 4, iPhone 5/5S and iPhone 6/6S.
Tests include a boot up test, opening up Spotlight search, the app switcher, Settings, Camera, App Store, Touch ID and a web page test in Safari. Other tests included Geekbench and Speedtest.net Wi-Fi results.
Overall, according to EverythingApplePro’s tests, iOS 9.3 is a worthy upgrade as it performs slightly faster, specifically animations and also gets better Geekbench results in multi-core scores.
So far, we’re also enjoying the final release of iOS 9.3, as it’s been quite stable and snappy on our iPhone 6s Plus. What about you?
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