[VIDEO] How to work on old iPhone second beta version of iOS 9.2
It is no secret that any software update is associated not only with the “rough edges” in the work, but also with the banal demands. More pronounced in the devices of the previous generations, users are particularly interested in the impact on performance, but it seems that this time in Cupertino was able to please absolutely everyone.
Enthusiasts from iAppleBytes, known for its comparative videos on YouTube, once again compared the work of several not the newest Apple gadgets with different firmware versions. The role of Guinea are the excellent smartphone iPhone 5, as well as its “veteran” predecessor 4s, to iOS 9 which will probably be the last update. As the Challenger stands recently released the second beta version of iOS 9.2, and “standard” — release 9.1. Not be amiss to remind about the hardware: the iPhone 5 is built on a single-chip system Apple A6 and is equipped with 1 GB of RAM. The “heart” of same 4s is the Apple A5, more RAM here half. So, let’s take a look.
Let’s start with the iPhone 4s.
And here is the newer iPhone 5.
As you can see, in both cases, the increased responsiveness of the interface visible to the naked eye. Work on optimizing iOS are in full swing, and although in some respects the current version is even slightly faster, and the new one is still in beta, the progress of Cupertino clearly worthy of praise. In the end, to follow the annual cycle of major updates — a problem for any player is difficult, but in the context of expanding fleet of devices, and whether it is still relevant models of three – and four-year-old — and is non-trivial.
Let’s hope that Apple will still be able to keep up with the standards that myself and installed, and older models will continue to delight their owners for many years. If you have already installed the new version, according to the tradition, don’t forget to share your impressions in comments.