Speed ​​Comparison between iOS 10 Beta 3 and iOS 9.3.2

Yesterday was a busy day in Cupertino, and not only did iOS 9.3.3 officially arrive with bug fixes and supposed performance improvements, but they also took the opportunity to launch the third beta of iOS 10, a good time , since Saturday I decided to go back to iOS 9.3.2 just after getting tired of the iOS 10 multitasking bugs. Anyway, as always you can't miss the speed comparison between the future version of iOS and the most recent, that's why We once again offer you this video comparison of the performance of iOS 10 B3 and iOS 9.3.2 on an iPhone 6s and an iPhone 5sso you can imagine the performance they offer depending on the age of the device.

As always, the video is offered by iAppleBytes, specialist in this type of video, we thank you for your excellent work. They have, in their channel, comparisons between these two operating systems, but of more devices, an iPhone 5, an iPhone 5s, an iPhone 6 and an iPhone 6s. Here we have brought you the one for iPhone 6s and the one for iPhone 5s so that you can get an idea of ​​the midpoint between one operating system and the other. So, without further ado, we leave you with the videos below so you can check for yourself how both work:

The iPhone 5's performance has improved slightly, with the previous lag between transitions disappearing a bit. Meanwhile, in the iPone 6s it works as you would imagine, it even starts iOS 9.3.2 a few thousandths away for obvious reasons, and that is that the transitions have been accelerated. We also noticed that when returning to home the resolution drops a bit, for a second, a clear proof that they are worsening the resolution to improve the speed of the transition, or it is simply a bug that we have seen in all iOS 10 betas for now.

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