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iPad Ios 11 on iPad pro 10.5 is worth it to upgrade!!

madara889

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Yesterday I bought the iPad Pro and I 'm Confused to upgrade ios 11

Does it work as well as 10.3.3 !!
 

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It is still beta so there will be some chances of bugs, lag, etc. I am running iOS 11 PB on my 6s but for me it's got a bit of lag, a few application crashes and the battery life can be dicey. However it is not my daily driver. Overall, it's up to you. I have heard from some it runs rather well on the 10.5.
 
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aakshey

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iOS 11 DB2 actually ran faster on my 10.5 than iOS 10.3.2. DB3 was slightly slower. DB4 is slower still. However, still pretty fast. Just nowhere near as fast as 10.3.2. While DB2 was even faster.
 
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madara889

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iOS 11 DB2 actually ran faster on my 10.5 than iOS 10.3.2. DB3 was slightly slower. DB4 is slower still. However, still pretty fast. Just nowhere near as fast as 10.3.2. While DB2 was even faster.

In general it is smoother than 10.3.3 !!!
 
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big samm

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I also just bought a 10.5 ipad pro and as soon as i got home i installed ios 11 pb on it and man this thing is solid for a beta. Of course ill get some small glitches here and there but nothing major. ios was built for the new ipad, once you try it you won’t want to go back
 
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PB3 runs just fine on my iPad Air 2. It all depends on what third party apps you use and if those are compatible with the beta.

The battery life is quite ok, but not as good as in 10.3.3 yet.

The new iPad features in iOS 11 (the dock, keyboard, multitasking) were well worth it for me to give beta a try.
 
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bahndoos

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OP’s comments are the same way.. can’t tell if they’re making astute observations, or asking excited questions...
 
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