This for me still shows that iOS should be on an slightly longer refresh cycle. As per usual it will take several months for the performance to be up to par, meaning certain users are unhappy with performance in the meantime. I wish Apple would take the time to get the new build of iOS up to the quality of a .3 release before releasing it, rather than making us all beta testers for 3 or 4 months.
Or, we could just offset our update cycles by 6 months so when you do update, it's already at x.3 or something. And not update at day one and complain about buggy software I'm guilty of that too but lately I'm making an effort not to update to early versions of OSes on day one. And it's better, really.
Not really, until iOS 8 you had to be a registered developer and register your phone. With the public beta's and now the beta profile, you really only have to install a profile on your phone and then you're good to go. It's become much easier to install beta's, and they also have become more accessible.
Why is this animation even considered a "bug"? It is very fluid and consistent considering the distance the objects travel to arrive at their new location. I say it's designed to do just that. 6s plus here.I wish all bugs were this amusing. I could watch that keyboard drift down all day long.
Either I've not been paying much attention or in iOS 9.3 Beta, it shows usage statistics under Wi-Fi Assist?