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Bladery

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Apr 12, 2015
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hey guys,

Actually the question should be really easy to answer for me (nothing can happen but security fixes) but the reason I ask is that I use the speed animation glitch in 9.3.1 which is fixed in 9.3.3.
Are there any significant battery improvements or any other improvements that would convince me to update?
Or should I stick on 9.3.1 to enjoy the glitch.

Thanks for your help!

Best regards
 

C DM

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Oct 17, 2011
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hey guys,

Actually the question should be really easy to answer for me (nothing can happen but security fixes) but the reason I ask is that I use the speed animation glitch in 9.3.1 which is fixed in 9.3.3.
Are there any significant battery improvements or any other improvements that would convince me to update?
Or should I stick on 9.3.1 to enjoy the glitch.

Thanks for your help!

Best regards
You'd basically get information about that over at https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/ios-9-3-3-bug-fixes-changes-performance.1983298/
 

Bladery

macrumors 6502
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Apr 12, 2015
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Well, I'm talking about personal opinions regarding 9.3.1 and 9.3.3.
Battery isn't that good with 9.3.1 but is it significantly better with 9.3.3?
 

anubis1980

macrumors 6502a
Oct 22, 2012
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Well, I'm talking about personal opinions regarding 9.3.1 and 9.3.3.
Battery isn't that good with 9.3.1 but is it significantly better with 9.3.3?


So one may disagree but on my 6splus and iPad Air 2 I see a performance decrease from 3.1 to 3.3
 

C DM

macrumors Sandy Bridge
Oct 17, 2011
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There was an update to iOS?

Odd...

Nothing I own has prompted to install the update. Um, is it 'safe for public consumption'?
Update notifications for a new update generally take a few days up to about a week or so before they appear on their own on devices.
 

PinkyMacGodess

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Update notifications for a new update generally take a few days up to about a week or so before they appear on their own on devices.

I was just pointing out that the last update, all of my i-Devices woke up saying 'Update me!', and this update, crickets.

Although my Apple Watch app did wake up this morning wanting an update. Whatever...
 

C DM

macrumors Sandy Bridge
Oct 17, 2011
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I was just pointing out that the last update, all of my i-Devices woke up saying 'Update me!', and this update, crickets.

Although my Apple Watch app did wake up this morning wanting an update. Whatever...
Right, but usually that doesn't happen within a day of the update being released, more like at least a few days afterward.
 
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