Performance Enhancements Possible
Developers combing over the iOS 9.3 beta have found some potential performance improvements for iPhone and iPad.
The first version of the iOS 9.3 beta arrived with some notable performance improvements for the iPhone 6s, iPhone 5 and iPad Air.
According to testers, the iPhone 6s iOS 9.3 beta 1 featured "3D Touch improvements." Specifically, menus pop out at a "smooth 60FPS."
Developers also noted that Control Center lag is improved on the iPhone 5 (something we saw after the release of iOS 9.2) and that the "iPad Air received a lot of performance tweaks to animation rendering."
Beta testers also said that "multitasking menu is much smoother, Spotlight doesn't stutter anymore, Safari's keyboard popup no longer skips animation, [and] opening and closing apps is smooth again."
Now that the iOS 9.3 beta 7 is available, we're starting to see some new feedback about the iOS 9.3 update emerge.
Keep an eye out for additional feedback as we push closer to the release. iOS 9.3 beta 7 should be the last update and it could provide some crucial insight into the performance of your upcoming iOS 9.3 update.
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