After Upgrading To iOS 8 iPhone 4S'S Performance Will Be Lower Than The iOS 7

A few months ago when Apple released iOS 8 operating system, many iPhone 4S mobile phone users is not recommended due to performance issues were upgraded, iOS 8 was found to cause iPhone 4S performance appears fairly significant decline. But Apple claims, iOS 8.1.1 iPhone 4S will include the old models, including the iPhone, reinvigorate.

So the question is, iOS 8.1.1 does give the old equipment energize it? Or Apple bragging? Technology blog Ars Technica for iOS 8 and iOS 8.1.1 running on iPhone 4S cases were tested and found to upgrade to iOS 8.1.1, iPhone 4S does have a certain degree of performance improvement. Ars Technica tested the time to start a variety of applications in the iPhone 4S need.

Ars Technica on iOS 7.1.2, iOS 8 and iOS 8.1.1 iOS three versions were tested. In most of the test project, iOS 8.1.1 performance are slightly higher than iOS 8, of which the most prominent is the Safari browser on iOS 8 start time is 2.16 seconds, on iOS 8.1.1 Start time is shortened to 1.85 seconds. But surprising is that part of the application on the iOS 8.1.1 startup time a little longer, though only a few tenths of a second gap.

So, iPhone 4S users need to upgrade to iOS 8.1.1 it? Although the iPhone 4S running iOS 8.1.1 when performance is slightly improved, but still below the iOS 7.1.2, which is an issue to be considered. If you believe that the performance gap between small is also very important, just upgrade your iPhone 4S to iOS 8.1.1 from iOS 8.

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