Except many don't find it slower and some find it faster/better.
Map kit, sirikit, reworked notifications, iMessage, photos.
I don't think 'reworked notifications' would be one of the features that I would state to incentivise people to update to iOS 10.Map kit, sirikit, reworked notifications, iMessage, photos.
I would say there are enough reasons to upgrade, though most of them ultimately hinge on developer support.
You can still get the same rich notifications without 3D Touch.I don't think 'reworked notifications' would be one of the features that I would state to incentivise people to update to iOS 10.
As compared to iOS 9, the redesigned notifications--be it in the lockscreen or the notification center--are now bigger (read: takes up more screen real-estate), which means that you can see less content at one instance without scrolling. Also, the notification banners are also larger than before, taking up more space on the screen when it alerts you, potentially blocking more content. Clearly, iPhone 5, 5S and SE users would suffer the most from this on their 4" screens.
The iPhone 6 doesn't have 3D touch as well, so what is the difference then? The selling point of the new notifications is that you can 3D touch on them to interact.
Lastly, let's not forget that in iOS 10, you don't have the ability to group notifications in the notification center by app. I imagine for people who gets a lot of notifications daily would find this feature removal repulsive.
It depends, I am still with my 6+, and very happy with iOS 10.
Something's wrong on your side then. Performance on 6 is super fast and defo no changes on battery. My 6 is even connected to an Apple Watch.im wondering. Without 3D Touch, raise to wake..this version almost doesn't give me nothing but slow down performance and less battery life.
(As well as the remove of slide to unlock and battery info)
What do you think?