IOS 11 Beta 1 on iphone 6s performance

Discussion in 'iOS 11' started by Valkyre, Jun 8, 2017.

  1. Valkyre macrumors 6502

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    Just as the thread title says, how is BETA 1 running on Iphone 6s? Is the performance smooth without stutters and lags?

    10.3.3 seems to be buttery smooth without any stutters, does ios11 beta 1 resemble that?

    PS: I know there are bugs, I mainly interested in the performance.
     
  2. utwarreng macrumors 6502

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    I wouldn't say it's smooth, but it's not terrible. I've been using it since release on my daily driver, and I don't have any intention to go back to iOS 10. Surprisingly, the battery life has still been reasonably good too. Maps crashes, but I think I've seen where that's happening across the board. Notifications don't always show up for Maps either.
     
  3. jackwins macrumors regular

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    Sounds like its not quite time to update just yet... I think I'll wait til BETA 3 (at least).
     
  4. nordique macrumors 6502a

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    Put it on my 6s

    It's not buttery smooth but then again it isn't smooth on the 7 either. Interestingly iOS 11 boots up faster on my 6s than my 7 haha.

    The biggest thing I've noticed is the delay in 3D touch on both devices
     
  5. PJ. macrumors regular

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    I have put it on my iPad Air 2 and it is like butter so put it on my iPhone 6s and every app takes twice as long then usual. Nothing that ruins my life and is a first world problem but is anyone else facing this please?

    PJ
     
  6. jmgregory1 macrumors 65816

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    Running 11 on my 6s+ and battery life is horrendous. Yesterday I unplugged at work at noon, got on a train and walked a trade show for the afternoon. By the time I got home at 7:15, I was at 19%. I made one phone call, was online periodically through the day (to look at exhibitor websites), no video watching or other glaring data usage. In fact, before I left I closed all open apps and made sure no apps were using data if they weren't running, but it still sucked far too much battery for what I used it for.

    Hopefully the next update will improve battery life. I'm ok living with the other minor issues.
     
  7. mous94410 macrumors regular

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    Battery life is horrendous on this iPhone. That's why I revert back to iOS 10
     

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