iPhone 6 iOS 9.2 vs iOS 9.3 Beta 1 Build 13E5181d Speed Comparison

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*UPDATE* Apple release Build 13E5181d on January 14th, containing a fix to the compass app, and a issue where you could
end up frozen on the Apple loge when updating / restoring. No performance updates. So this video would also cover this build. Which was also release as Public Beta January 14th

Apple released iOS 9.3 Beta 1 Build # 13E5181d to developers today
01-11-2016. This is the second time Apple has 2 beta versions out
at the same time: iOS 9.2.1 Beta 2 and now iOS 9.3 Beta 1.
Busy times for me 🙂 iOS 9.2.1 Beta 2 showed some nice improvements
over iOS 9.2 So let us hope for the same in iOS 9.3 Beta 1.

Keep in mind that it is only a beta though…. Let’s check it out.

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24 Comments on iPhone 6 iOS 9.2 vs iOS 9.3 Beta 1 Build 13E5181d Speed Comparison

  1. Does cc still lags ? Its kinda shame that ios 9 lags on iphone 6, this will be my last iphone i will switch now to android. Waiting for s7, ! ios 9 made my iphone 6 feel like an iphone 4 running ios 8:( fvk u apple

  2. They need to fix the lag on the 4s my daughter just got one brand new from Argos and the speed is unacceptable.How can this company get away with shafting their customers so much? From what i have seen i pity the folks who bought the iPhone 6 and 6 plus i doubt the 1gb ram in those uber expensive phones will last through many more of their crappy crippling software updates.

  3. They decrease CPU performance artifically, to push consumers buy new product!
    It could cost much to thois bustards!!
    Они снижают производительность процессора искусственно, чтобы подтолкнуть потребителей купить новый продукт!

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