iOS 9 Speed Test for iOS 9.2 and 9.3 FirmwaresWhich version is faster? It’s curious that while iOS 9.3 beta brings some new features it is also slower to boot up than 9.2 version. The first 9.3 beta is also slower to load some applications including the popular App Store. Maybe this is just the first beta release and Apple would improve its future updates. Both versions work better on iPhone 6 and newer smartphones. They are slower to boot up on iPhone 5s and other older gadgets. Of course, the iPhone 6, 6s and 6 Plus / 6s Plus are better supported by most recent upgrades compared to earlier models. It’s not a secret that most iOS 9 platform updates work better on iPhone 6 and newer phones. Both iOS 9.2 and iOS 9.3 beta bring similar performance experience. The only difference discovered by the speed test is the time for booting up. These things could however change by the time Apple officially launches the new iOS updates to public.
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