iOS 9.1 Performance and Battery Thread!

syphern

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hey guys how's the new update? Specifically for the new iPhones????
 

Radon87000

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Air 2 has been crapped on in this update.app switcher seems to be running at 20 fps.Its not visible much in this video but its worse than 9.0.2 where it occurred less frequently

Iphone 6.Stutter in spotlight still there so I still have to keep Siri suggestions turned off which reduces but does not eliminate it.Control Centre still stuttering in lock screen and app switcher

Battery life is better than iOS 8.4.1
 

syphern

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Battery life is amazing. Dropped 3% in the last five hours and I haven't put the phone down. (Hint: that's sarcasm right there.)
Oh right I thought you were being honest and trustworthy! Ah you got me buddy!
 

SMIDG3T

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But in all honesty, we'll have to wait. I don't judge anything until my phone has been fully charged so that will be tomorrow morning.
 

ashindnile

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Can't say much about battery life at this point but performance isn't much better than b5.
Mini 2 here. Switcher 15-20fps, spotlight still lags, but no control center lag(there's not been much cc lag on iPads to be fair).
Custom keyboards still don't animate like iOS 9 beta5(not 9.1)
My first public iOS release on the iPad since 8.4, and sheer disappointment throughout.
iOS 9 was fantastic on the 5s though.. Will have to update to 9.1.
 
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AddisonIII

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Performance-wise, my 6+ 64GB feels the exact same as 9.0.2, so, all in all, a pretty big fail.
Had to go into setting to be sure I was on 9.1.... Yep that's what says. So far it seems I'm still on 9.0.2 . Oh well on the plus side not seeing anything worse.
 

Dan Given

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hey guys how's the new update? Specifically for the new iPhones????
Did not fix unread mail false count as promised.
On my iPad empty junk and deleted email folders still read over 200 in each and climbing each time I delete more.
On my iPhone 6 it did take the count back to zero but now it too has started climbing with each batch of emails deleted.
Folders all show empty, but count still climbs.
Frustrating.
 
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DoctorKrabs

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Performance is worse. Huge frame drops with 3D Touch app shortcut animations, app switcher, and even just sliding through pages on the home screen.
 

jman240

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My 6+seems a bit faster for certain tasks but an update also does a reboot and the phones always seem better after a fresh reboot. Normally I go for days without rebooting so who knows.

I'm hoping the phone (6+) may just be re-indexing everything after each update so the immediate lag might eventually go away. Launching apps and working in apps seems smoother. Spotlight and other os overlays are laggy still. App switching is about the same as before it seems.
 

msae

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Performance is worse. Huge frame drops with 3D Touch app shortcut animations, app switcher, and even just sliding through pages on the home screen.
Are you using a 6s or 6s Plus? 3D Touch menus are awfully slow on the 6s Plus.