iPhone 5S : iOS 8.4.1 vs iOS 9.3.2 Final Release Build 13F69

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Apple released iOS 9.3.2 yesterday.

According to the App Store (May 9th data) 11% of
iOS devices are still on iOS 8, and 5% on an even
lower version. Many are holding back fearing that
iOS 9 will slow their device down.

It will be interesting to see if iOS 9.3.2 will
be faster vs 8.4.1 and help move more iOS devices
to iOS 9.3.2

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Release notes:

iOS 9.3.2 fixes bugs and improves the security of your iPhone or iPad. This update:

Fixes an issue where some Bluetooth accessories could experience audio quality issues when paired to the iPhone SE
Fixes an issue where looking up dictionary definitions could fail
Addresses an issue that prevents typing email addresses when using the Japanese Kana keyboard in Mail and Messages
Fixes an issue for VoiceOver users using the Alex voice, where the device…

27 Comments on iPhone 5S : iOS 8.4.1 vs iOS 9.3.2 Final Release Build 13F69

  1. Did you clear cache in both devices before test?

    Could you open in Safari more websites (like yahoo.com, bbc.com apple.com or others)? (in next test of course)
    It's important becouse some people say that Safari on 9.3.2 is slower than Safari on the ealier ios version.

  2. Does anyone noticed that Facebook seems to load slower? Even when it's already opened before!! It loads again after usage of some other apps. Seems like the memory management is different in 9.3.2 compared to 9.3.1 so Facebook app loads all over again more often. Tried several scenarios, it's still noticeable slower. Same happened to messenger.. :((
    Did anyone notice this/have similar experience?

  3. I'm at a loss what to do, I'm running 8.4.1 on my 5s. I don't want to upgrade because I want a super smooth phone. But Asphalt 9 is coming next year and it will require iOS 9 minimum.

  4. The only thing that they still haven't fixed in iOS 9 is how the animations are very laggy when you first boot up the device, other than that the performance is on par with 8.4.1.

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