Published: Tue, October 10, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Apple does not slow down older phone speeds says bench-marking agency

Apple does not slow down older phone speeds says bench-marking agency

The iOS 11.1 release date isn't confirmed, but you can try Apple's first milestone iOS 11 update long before its officially released thanks to the iOS 11.1 beta.

Futuremark made a decision to test out whether of not newer version of Apple's iOS ended up slowing down older devices.

With the new Apple iOS 11 update in September there came new enhancements for your iPhone and iPad and newly updated apps appearing almost every day. What's more, the benchmarks don't cover battery life, which can often fall off a cliff on outdated hardware.

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Futuremark also suggests that the perception that your older iPhone is slowing down is compacted by a "psychological effect", where "knowing that there is a new and improved model available" makes your older iPhone seem inferior. While it is true that Apple made it nearly impossible to crack the latest IOS versions, and jailbreak is not as essential as it used to be in the past, the community hasn't abandoned it yet. There's also a new "Today" tab, which includes new apps, tips on getting the most out of your apps, and interviews with developers and celebrities.

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That's because as smartphones get more powerful and more capable with each new release, apps and services are also updated. The beta will help Apple shorten the list. Or are we devolving by using pictures instead of words to get our point across?

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