Users learned about the main feature of iOS 10.1 on the iPhone 7 Plus. And it’s not taking pictures with bokeh effect

Last week released updates to iOS 10.1 beta 1, meant to test the developers and users of testing program. It is believed that the main novelty of the release was the mode depth of field for shooting portrait photos on iPhone 7 Plus. However, the developers found that OS is no less important innovation.

It is no secret that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are the most productive smartphones in the industry. This fact is clearly confirmed by the comparison with the Samsung devices in the tests on real-world performance tasks. While the iPhone 7 Plus with 3 GB of RAM boasts of a higher performance compared to the iPhone 7, which has one gig less.

Users on the Network have suggested that the extra Gigabyte of memory is used for image processing in the process of filming and photographing. This may be true, at least for the iOS version 10.0.1. iOS 10.1 beta 1 fully leverages the capabilities of the iPhone 7 Plus.

If iOS 10.0.1 new Apple smartphones constantly updated callable from application memory, but now it’s not happening. At iOS 10.1, when the user switches the program from the multitasking drawer, he did not have to wait for re-download. This fact drew the attention of the developer Quitethewaysaway.

“I have noticed how poor working memory the iPhone 7 Plus with iOS 10.0.1: smartphone constantly reloads every tab in the browser and each application. 10.1 the iOS app remains in memory even for the whole night and during the day. Some programs, in my opinion, have not updated until now. It’s amazing, but in the iOS app 10.0.1 “reset” even when you switch between the last two tasks,” writes the developer.

The bad news is that iOS 10.1 is in the testing phase and not the fact that this improvement will continue until the final version of the OS. In any case, will have to wait until October before we know all the details.

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! I’m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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