Apple’s mobile operating system in its iOS 10.3.3 release is already in its fifth round of beta testing since last week, bringing general improvements and bug fixes. Although there is no new feature with this next update, which should officially arrive for everyone within a few weeks, you expect better performance after your installation.
So one of the good questions is: does the update make the iPhone faster? In search of an answer, the Mobile Whole has selected some videos that compare side-by-side iOS devices, each with a different version of the system.
First, let’s see how the fifth public beta of the iOS 10.3.3 version behaves next to an iOS 10.3.2, both on an iPhone 6S . Although they remain almost the entire synchronized test, version 10.3.2 took a small advantage in the benchmark.
Next it was the turn of the iPhone 6 , in which the results were not much more favorable to iOS 10.3.3 beta.
It’s time for the iPhone 5S , and now the two versions of the mobile system seem much more tied, except for one or another gag in iOS 10.3.3. Still, AnTuTu shows an advantage for the previous version, but nothing that the user would notice on a daily basis.
Finally, with the iPhone 5 , iOS 10.3.3 beta seems slightly faster. The previous version featured some small gagging in this model.
Of course, we’re still in a beta version, so Apple is expected to be able to further optimize its operating system before the official release.