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Speed ‚Äč‚Äčand performance test

Speed ‚Äč‚Äčand performance test

Few days ago Apple released the final version of iOS 10.3.3 After several betas. But it did not come alone, since the Cupertino boys took the opportunity to launch the final version of tvOS 10.2.2, watchOS 3.2.3 and macOS 10.2.6. Although this latest version of iOS solves several important problems related to security in Wi-Fi connections, today there are still many users who have not updated their devices, either because of neglect, for the hope of a new jailbreak, or because they want to check first by other sources if the performance of this new version improves on the previous one.

To check if the performance and speed have improved the guys of iAppleBytes perform with the release of each new version, a test that compares the performance of both versions of iOS on different devices. This time the guys from iAppleBytes have used the following devices: iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s. It should be noted that the iPhone 5 is very likely to finally stay with iOS 10.3.3 as the latest iOS update, since not being a 64-bit device, it will not be compatible with the next version of iOS 11.

As we can see in the videos, the performance of both versions is practically the same, which makes us understand that Apple has focused on closing the security problems that had been found in iOS 10.3.2 when connecting to Wi-Fi networks, as we reported a few days ago.

iOS 10.3.3 vs iOS 10.3.2 speed test on an iPhone 5

iOS 10.3.3 vs iOS 10.3.2 speed test on an iPhone 5s

iOS 10.3.3 vs iOS 10.3.2 speed test on an iPhone 6

iOS 10.3.3 vs iOS 10.3.2 speed test on an iPhone 6s

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