IMO i would stay on iO6 with the 4s, iOS6 is the best performance you will ever get on that device - it's all down hill from then on
6.0 were fine with quality but performance is somewhat poor.
Yeah, don't get me wrong, it could be a lot better. But for me, at least, it's still pretty good on my iPhone 6.I would just say you're less fussy lol, iOS8 on the iPhone 6 still lags
iOS 6 was amazing. I don't recall any issues at all other than WiFi occasionally disconnecting after a few minutes when the device was put into sleep mode. Was very annoying on an iPod 5 which was my primary communication device which required WiFi. This was fixed rather quickly though, if I remember correctly. Things aren't fixed so quickly anymore, it gives the sense that Apple simply doesn't care now. The control/notification center have lagged since iOS 7.0 when used on the lock screen or over the keyboard on iPad. That has existed for a year and a half and it hasn't even been touched, it's just been made worse.
I will swap my iPhone 6 64GB for your 4s with iOS6 on it ��Ios 6 is golden, do not update, you have a gold mine there.
I have a 4S with iOS 6 on it. I would like to setup it us a new again but not sure how this can be done without apple forcing to upgrade to iOS 8. Can this be done before? ThanksIMO i would stay on iO6 with the 4s, iOS6 is the best performance you will ever get on that device - it's all down hill from then on
That video proves how crap iOS 8's optimization is. My iPhone 6 on iOS 8.1.3 boots SLOWER than an iPhone 4S from 4 years ago!