its a shame because the processor is super fast in loading apps and playing games but the animations are making it seem slow.
some are saying that this is the final iOS 9.1 beta, the next one is GM. Hopefully they don't somehow forget to fix this.If the newest iPhone is lagging on iOS 9, then Apple will certainly fix these performance issues.
It's a shame that iOS 9.1 beta 4 doesn't give us a glimpse of such improvement.
It's buttery smooth on my 6S. Noticeably better than 9.0.2
some are saying that this is the final iOS 9.1 beta, the next one is GM. Hopefully they don't somehow forget to fix this.
on your lock screen, do you see stutter when sliding up the control center?
I've found that, like many, turning on 'Reduce Transparency' makes a lot of difference. I'm not sure why Apple can't, with an A9 processor and Metal, get motion blur and transparency correct on the 6s+. I get that there's downscaling, but the latest release of El Capitan pretty much fixed everything on my 2012 Macbook Pro Retina (which also scales) and I believe that's attributed to Metal.
I suspect this won't be 'fixed' until iPhone 7 if/when the virtual and real screen resolution are equal (or even multipliers of one another).