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now i see it

macrumors G4
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Jan 2, 2002
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I power up my phone every morning and once during the day. I don't keep it on when I'm not using it and don't like waiting around for it to boot up. I'm running iOS 9.3.5. It takes 32 seconds to boot a iPhone 6+.
 

adrianlondon

macrumors 603
Nov 28, 2013
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Found some YouTube videos where the reviewer does a boot up test within the first minute of the video.

XS Max is approximately 21 seconds.
XS is approximately 22 seconds.
Interesting videos. I watched the "X vs XS" video and turned my 6S on at the same time. It got to the "enter passcode" screen the same time as the X got to the lock screen. 16GB, iOS12.1 beta 2.
 
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