9.0.1 less lag?

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  1. atlchamp macrumors 6502a

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    have you guys noticed that 9.0.1 has way less lag than 9.0 did? no clean install either just an update.
     
  2. iOZZY macrumors member

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    Yes, much better even with increased contrast turned off.
     
  3. vertsix, Sep 23, 2015
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    vertsix macrumors 65816

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    Apparently not.



    3:46. Perfect example. (Sorry, I don't think I can put a time stamp.)
     
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  6. vertsix macrumors 65816

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    Yep. Especially on the app switcher.
     
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    No issues here on my 6+. iOS 9.0 was fine for me too, so take it as you will.
     
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  10. kruso2 macrumors regular

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    Overall less lag, increased frame rate on 6 plus and less stuttering. My device runs cooler and battery seems solid. I actually would prefer if it's a bit laggy, then the 6s plus will feel much more appreciated. :)
     
  11. noslenam macrumors member

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    I have a 6 Plus and ever since I have updated to 9.0 the 9.0.1 all I have had is issues. Retired then twice tried restoring as a new device and I have issues with about a 5-6 second lag when texting. I also have issues with the camera locking up and not allowing me to take pictures or exit the app. Overall experience has been very poor and battery life seems to be very poor as well. I've been an iPhone user since the first day and this has got to be the worst iOS update I've experienced. I sure hope they get this fixed really soon. I'm planning on updating my iPad to the Pro when it comes out to use while traveling. But if they don't fix the iOS I'll be sticking with my MacBook Pro as my travel system.
    Come on Apple lets get things fixed.
     
  12. bandofbrothers macrumors 601

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    I'm in the 'no lag here' team camp on my iPhone 6 Plus on iOS 9.0.1.

    Or am I seeing it wrong. ;)
     
  13. Beavix macrumors 6502a

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    You are seeing it wrong.
     
  14. I7guy macrumors G5

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    These videos represent everyone's use case?
     
  15. dmnc macrumors 6502

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    Anyone noticed overheating in the 5S? Battery life and temperature were perfect on 9.0 but now it feels different.
     
  16. cynics macrumors G3

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    I'd venture a guess and say the majority. Seems Apples future updates address slow downs aren't device specific.

    That alone says that there is indeed an issue and it also effects all iOS devices (everyone).

    If users aren't experiencing an issue then it's triggered by something very common. My 5S is "fine" just not as speedy as iOS 8.4.1. If I never used iOS 8 I probably won't notice anything and just assume it's normal.

    I'm just glad iPhone 6S users are experiencing the same issue (see iPhone forum). That means there is a chance older devices will see improvements in future update and not left behind.
     
  17. vertsix macrumors 65816

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    Pretty much, yes.

    Anyone who says iOS 9 is smoother is just going through a placebo phase because Apple said it is "smoother."

    Why? Because I've tried a fresh restore on my phone, normal OTA upgrade, checked several friend's iPhones, and also checked all the display devices at the Apple Store and they all lag (except the iPhone 5 and iPad Air 2).
     
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    if it makes you feel better to believe everybody is going through a placebo effect....you go for it.
     
  20. Tubamajuba macrumors 68000

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    On the bright side, there doesn't seem to be as many widespread bugs on 9.0/9.0.1 as there were in the early days of 7 and 8. And before somebody chimes in to say they're having tons of issues... I'm not saying nobody has issues.

    But under no circumstances does 9.0.1 seem smoother than any version of 8. I'm sending feedback to Apple instead of going on some angry rant here... I suggest those of you that are disappointed do the same.
     
  21. scjr macrumors 68000

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    Same here.

    I was on the beta, for a couple days and it was good. I decided to restore back to 9.0.1 and it's running great. There's no way I would go back to 8.4.1 and the daily Safari crashes.
     
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  23. C DM macrumors Westmere

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    Seems like it would be just as valid if not even more so to venture a guess that it's not like that for many. Some probably, but not many others.
     
  24. cynics macrumors G3

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    Like I said before and the assumption of my guess is based on Apple addressing the issue in subsequent updates. Do you have any content for invalidating my guess or are you just trolling me?
     
  25. C DM macrumors Westmere

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    Just guessing the same way based on what I (and it seems plenty of others) have seen. Even if Apple is addressing something in an update it doesn't mean that it applies to everyone or even most, plenty of issues and bugs have been addressed that many have never experienced. You can certainly feel that it provides additional support to the assumption that you are making, just as others can feel that it doesn't and that a different assumption that is at least just as reasonable can be easily made.
     

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