Speed ​​test between iOS 10.3 Beta 5 and iOS 10.2.1

For several weeks, the boys of Cupertino are testing among the developers and users of the public beta, the next update of iOS, 10.3, a version that will bring us a large number of news, which we have already informed you in articles previous. Last week Apple launched the fifth beta of iOS 10.3, beta for developers and users of the public beta, a beta that could be the last one before the release of the final version, which could arrive this week and if everything works as planned by Apple

iOS 10.3 arrives with the new APFS file system, a new system that offers greater speed when turning on the device and security for the data of our device. In previous performance tests with iOS 10.3, we could already see how it was slightly faster than with version 10.2.1, especially when starting the device and reducing the processing and loading times of some applications.

Again the guys of iAppleBytes, have made several videos in which pWe can see the operation of all iOS 10 compatible devices, except the latest models, with iOS 10.3 Beta 5 and iOS 10.2.1. Taking into account that this beta will be the last one, we could consider that it is a final version of the next update so this test will give us results very similar to what we will see in our devices.

iPhone 5 with iOS 10.3 Beta 5 vs iPhone 5 with iOS 10.2.1

iPhone 5s with iOS 10.3 Beta 5 vs iPhone 5 with iOS 10.2.1

iPhone 6 with iOS 10.3 Beta 5 vs iPhone 5 with iOS 10.2.1

iPhone 6s with iOS 10.3 Beta 5 vs iPhone 5 with iOS 10.2.1

As we can see in the videos, just The iPhone 5 and iPhone 6 manage to reduce the boot time significantly. However, the iPhone 5s, iOS 10.3 Beta 5 is slower when starting the device. On the iPhone 6s, both the latest beta of iOS 10.3 and iOS 10.2.1 turn on the device at the same time. In these tests they have been used only applications that are installed natively, but if we install applications that require good specifications, we will surely see how the loading time is reduced, thanks to the new APFS file system.

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