iOS9.1 Betas vs iOS9 on 6S+

Are iOS9.1 Betas performing better for you than iOS9?


  • Total voters
    37

That-Guy

macrumors 6502a
Feb 25, 2012
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UK
Hoping some of the Bugs are ironed out more than performance.

iCloud Backups not happening and no sound when receiving some notifications.

Haven't tried the 9.1 Beta will wait for the final version in the hope issues will be fixed.
 

That-Guy

macrumors 6502a
Feb 25, 2012
652
56
UK
My 6S Plus does stutter too, seems to be the same with every new major iOS release gradually gets better with each minor release.
 

Beeplance

macrumors 68000
Jul 29, 2012
1,560
485
Singapore
Performance still laggy on the 6S. Can't imagine it being any better on the 6S+. Hopefully the final beta will address animations.
Performance is laggy on Apple's newest 2015 flagship? Can you tell which aspect of the OS were you referring to? From what I saw, most reports/reviews show that the 6S/S+ were doing fine..

What's Apple doing with their mountain of cash if they can't establish singularity between their hardware and software? I think the last time I saw actual iOS smoothness was back in the iOS5/6/7 days...
 

CupertinoSlave

macrumors 6502
Sep 16, 2014
253
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Tampa, FL
Performance is laggy on Apple's newest 2015 flagship? Can you tell which aspect of the OS were you referring to? From what I saw, most reports/reviews show that the 6S/S+ were doing fine..

What's Apple doing with their mountain of cash if they can't establish singularity between their hardware and software? I think the last time I saw actual iOS smoothness was back in the iOS5/6/7 days...
3D touch has animation frame drops, unlocking animation has frame drops, control center has frame drops, swiping back (in any app) has framedrops. This happens 80% of the time I use the device, also happening on my iPad Air 2 as well. The Apple genius at the store told me it would be fixed in 9.1 but so far from the betas, its not.
 
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