They didn't on iOS 6 and before. They're getting extremely annoying and very prevalent on iOS 9.3.2, which is beta. Not so bad on 9.3.1., but still there. Why does these animations stutters continue to be ignored from Apple? How can they NOT see it?
I can honestly say that I have not experienced any stutter on any iPhone on any iOS version except my iPhone 6s on 9.3.2 Beta 2 & 3. Now if I launched control center while in Siri and did a bunch of random things like on the cellular data page that I would not normally do, I could induce lag and stutter. But just day to day usage, no stutter has existed for me until these last 2 betas.I do not see how anybody can be in denial on this issue. I have played with many iPhones and every one of them running iOS 8 or 9 stutters occasionally with the animations. Like opening things up that haven't been opened. This issue seems to affect the plus iphones more.
you're swiping it wrong. or just don't swipe it that wayThey didn't on iOS 6 and before. They're getting extremely annoying and very prevalent on iOS 9.3.2, which is beta. Not so bad on 9.3.1., but still there. Why does these animations stutters continue to be ignored from Apple? How can they NOT see it?
I was getting stuttering on 9.3.2 when invoking control center, W.T.H, I had never gotten stuttering there, that's unacceptable.I guess we haven't seen one of these threads in a little while. Sounds like we were due for a rehash of all the same things that have been discussed many times over again?
It's not about staying quiet, it's about nothing new coming out of it all, especially with many discussions already in existence discussing the same thing.I was getting stuttering on 9.3.2 when invoking control center, W.T.H, I had never gotten stuttering there, that's unacceptable.
Don't expect people to stay quiet when a iOS release keeps backtracking on a very important and highly discussed issue of responsiveness/stuttering/etc.
I disagree, you don't know if nothing new will come out of it, we have no idea why new stuttering was introduced in 9.3.2 just after Apple had made some decent progress in toning down the stuttering in 9.3. I personally want to see more discussions on it, someone might provide more insight. And it also raises more awareness of the issue which raises the chances of more people reporting and giving back feedback to Apple.It's not about staying quiet, it's about nothing new coming out of it all, especially with many discussions already in existence discussing the same thing.
Forgive me if in being presumptive but the question seems to have been posed as if this is either by design or Apple simply doesn't care. I don't think it's either of those. Perhaps they just can't get the animations smooth 100% of the time as the processor is doing more important things than making an incredibly smooth visual transition.
I do get a stutter every now and then but T doesn't really bother me. The device (6s plus for me) is plenty fast and does everything I need it to. Perhaps it helps that I've been an android user alongside iOS for the better part of a decade now. This used to be something iOS users teased android users about. I guess I just don't see the huge issue. I get it 5% of the time, if that. Particularly prevalent in spotlight if I was doing something else, particularly multitasking beforehand. I'm assuming it is ram allocation, but in basing that on very little fact and more of just a hunch.
I've got an iPhone 6+ on iOS 9.3.1 here. I don't experience stutter on any kind of regular basis and when it does happen it doesn't prevent me from accomplishing the task I'm trying to complete.Why does these animations stutters continue to be ignored from Apple? How can they NOT see it?
I use reduce motion all the time since iOS 7 days, but the whole thing about the dock being changed to just solid gray (instead of a solid color that fits with the background) is petty much the only thing that keeps me from using reduce transparency.In particular the 6+ and 6s+ have that extra scaling step in writing to the screen. I have had reduce motion turned on as well as reduced transparency. I have not noticed and stutter or lag whatsoever.
Have mentioned this before on other threads. Give it a try if you are encountering stutter. It's something less for the graphics processor to have to do. I have never missed transparency or motion the least bit.
iOS 7.1.2 definitely stuttered if you used iPads at all.. Rotating keyboard, rotating app store, rotating anything with a dim overlay, control center over keyboard, control center over lockscreen, sending messages, notification center over keyboard, notification center over lockscreen, blurring for Siri, rotating power down screen (7.1+), using multitasking gestures at all with a keyboard onscreen or when in certain situations with overlays, etc. Spotlight pull down lagged on EVERY DEVICE EVERY TIME. iOS 8 introduced Safari keyboard stutter when tapping URL bar, quick reply has always been laggy (keyboard popping up especially). iOS 8 worked to resolve the Spotlight pulldown lag by simply stopping the icons from going down past the point where they would chop.. But a blurring effect was added. This caused stutter in the pull down and in the keyboard popping-up animation. Rotating spotlight is now a mess because of the blurred home screen AND keyboard.It didn't do with iOS 5 or 6 or 7.1.2. What did they change?