The iOS 13.3 update does wonders. You do not believe? These numbers don't lie

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ios 13.3 performance

Few suspected that it would be so.

Lovers of conspiracy theories often repeat mantra reports that subsequent software updates for devices are deliberately limiting their performance. For what? Of course, to encourage consumers to buy newer equipment. Accusations of this kind often fall, inter alia, at Apple, which recently released the iOS 13.3 update. It was checked how it affects the work of different generations of iPhones.

It looks like the Cupertino giant has done something extraordinary. The latest iOS system not only makes iPhone smartphones more efficient, but also allows them to work longer on a single battery charge. Appropriate tests were performed by the iAppleBytes website, which took the older iPhone XR, iPhone 8, iPhone 7, iPhone 6S and iPhone SE phones under the microscope. He installed iOS 12.3.1, iOS 13.2.3 and iOS 13.3 in turn on each of them. The results will surprise many people.

The measurement in the Geekbench 4 benchmark showed that people using iPhone 8 and iPhone 7 will experience the largest increase in performance for installing the new version of OS on their devices. The owners of XR iPhones may feel a slightly smaller increase, and the experience should not change in the case of iPhone 6S and SE owners.

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The issues are similar length of working time on a single battery charge. When measuring in the Geekbench benchmark, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 7 smartphones worked 30 and 39 minutes (!) Longer, respectively. It really is a very significant difference. Gains from updating individual devices were similar to the performance test – higher for the iPhone XR and lower for the 6S and SE models.

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Source: iAppleBytes

IPhone 7 and iPhone 8 smartphones are extremely popular among Poles, so surely many of you will feel the benefits of upgrading software. Suffice it to say that most often used smartphone in Poland that's the iPhone 7.

Source: iAppleBytes