iPhone iphone 5C will be a big deal with IOS 9

Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by snow755, May 2, 2015.

  1. snow755 macrumors 6502a

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    has a iphone 5C owner if IOS 9 is this going to be for huge’ stability and optimization focus i think this will make a lot of iphone 5 and 5C owners happy this will be a vary big deal with A6 and A6X chip with IOS 9 but if you own a iphone 5S or newer i dont think you will noted it vary march has you will on iphone 5 or 5C


    so i think IOS 9 will be big news for iphone 5 and 5C owners if IOS 9 wil this focus on huge’ stability and optimization perform


    so am %100 sure that iphone 5 and 5C will get IOS 9 this year for that re son
     
  2. Ultra AleM macrumors 6502a

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    Every major update since 2007 has always been slower than the previous version. I don't see how iOS 9 could be the first exception in almost 10 years.
     
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    that is not true
     
  4. PhiLLoW macrumors 6502

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    It's true. Ios4 & 5 made the iPhone 3GS extremely slow. iOS 7&8 slowed down the wifi of the iPhone 5. still no fix. It's planned obsolescence.
     
  5. Ultra AleM macrumors 6502a

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    iOS 8 is slower than iOS 7 which is slower than iOS 6 which is slower than iOS 5, ecc...

    It's something you don't notice on the latest iPhone (because it's designed for the latest operative system). Just use an older one (like the 5 or the 4s) and you will agree.
     
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    i had a 5 before this 6, it ran all the ios 8 betas & gm, its not slower. talking about how the 3g etc suffered, look how old the device was, thats apples fault? the 3gs's last update was much better thant he 3g's, the 4's was better than the 3gs's, the 4s is still going. the days of "slow" are done.

    but as always theres those that complain/troll about how "slow" ios 8 is on an iphone 6..& ios 9 will have the same thing everyone will hate it, will praise ios 8, yet here we are with ios 8 & its "slow":rolleyes:

    take it as u wish
     
  7. Ultra AleM macrumors 6502a

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    You can find the comparisons on YouTube and you will see that iOS 8 is slower than iOS 7 on iPhone 5. I'm talking about facts, not conjectures.
     
  8. Paddle1 macrumors 68030

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    Nope, iOS 5 and 6 make that statement untrue, iOS 6 runs better than 5. Also some updates bring improvements like 7.1 did.
     
  9. Ultra AleM macrumors 6502a

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    iOS 6 is slower than iOS 5 on iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS, for example. Some little differences can be noticed on iPhone 4S, too.

    iOS 7.1 is not included in my statement, since it's not a major update, but an incremental one to iOS 7. It's obvious that a x.1 or x.2 update brings improvements.
     
  10. XTheLancerX macrumors 68000

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    I have high hopes for iOS 9. Apple has never slipped so far wth quality control before, iOS 7/8 got the main features out of the way, and I think they've been waiting for iOS 9 to polish up the new shiny design and much needed features. Plus, many very reputable sources have reported that it very well could be a performance update.

    iOS 9 will still add stuff of course, just not huge groundbreaking features that will break other things too much or cause horrendous performance issues. Main thing on my mind is Dark Mode, and some other cosmetic improvements (possibly taking ques from OS X Yosemite). Some animations or menus could potentially be adjusted for performance and efficiency. Those are my main wishes for the next major revision of iOS.

    I'm pretty satisfied with the features that are brought to the table with iOS 7 and 8. Yeah, it always would be nice to have new ones, but I'm good for now. Please, Apple, just make the great stuff you've added even greater. Keep sending feedback relating to this, Apple.
     
  11. TC03 macrumors 65816

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    iOS 6 was faster than iOS 5.

    However, there have been rumors iOS 9 will have a strong focus on optimization and bug fixing. If that is true, you can expect iOS 9 to be faster on A6-devices.
     
  12. Ultra AleM macrumors 6502a

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    Not true. On iPhone 3GS (random example) iOS 5 was faster than iOS 6.
     
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    As I recall many found iOS 6 quite good on 3GS and even better than iOS 5 or 4 in many ways.

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    So a pure rumor and basically mostly a guess and hopeful thinking gives 100% confidence that something else will happen. That's some "interesting" logic there.
     
  15. saudor macrumors 6502

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    Still have the 3GS kicking around on 6.. It's actually faster. Not groundbreaking but still better than 5.1. Plus with features like do not disturb, it was a nice update.
     
  16. oldmacs macrumors 68040

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    Agreed. There was a performance improvement between 5 and 6 on the 3GS.

    The 5 barely reduced in performance from 6 to 7 and there was only a minimal drop from 7 to 8.

    The 4S was pretty similar in performance from 5 to 6 and even to 7.

    The point is that some iOS updates have pretty much performed identically. In addition to that no version of iOS has actually been focused on improving performance.
     
  17. af21187 macrumors 6502

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    I downgraded my 3GS to 4.1 and the difference is night and day. In my experience, iOS6 was absolutely terrible on 3GS.
     
  18. Paddle1 macrumors 68030

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    And iOS 5 is worse.
     
  19. saudor macrumors 6502

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    the comparison was between 5 and 6 anyways.
     
  20. oldmacs macrumors 68040

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    Provide you do a settings reset every couple of months, iOS 6 on the 3GS isn't bad at all. I use it every day as my music player.
     

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