Here’s a side-by-side benchmarks and performance comparison between iOS 10.2 beta 4 Vs iOS 10.1.1 carried out on iPhone 6s, 6, 5s, 5 and iPad Air.

We told you yesterday that Apple had released iOS 10.2 beta 4, edging ever nearer to a final release for the latest update to its iPhone and iPad software. We also mentioned that we had a feeling that Apple is not all that far from having iOS 10.2 in a position where it is ready for primetime use, and that is an opinion that quite a few people would echo.

iOS 10.2

With that in mind, it may be pertinent to see just how well iOS 10.2 beta 4 stacks up, performance wise, with iOS 10.1.1 across a host of iOS devices including a handful of iPhones and an iPad. Wouldn’t you agree?

As it turns out, the ever-willing YouTuber iAppleBytes has already gotten the ball rolling by putting together not just one, but five YouTube videos that include different devices being put through their performance paces whilst running the latest beta of iOS – 10.2 beta 4 – and the most current, shipping version of the software, which so happens to be iOS 10.1.1.

The devices used during testing were an iPhone 5, 5s, 6, 6s and iPad Air. That should be enough to at least get a feel for how well iOS 10.2 beta 4 stacks up against previous software. As it turns out, the differences between the two versions of the same software are minimal, though all iPhones do at least now boot faster using iOS 10.2 beta 4 than they did on iOS 10.1.1. However, the same cannot be said for the iPad Air that was tested.

If you want to see everything in full flow, then be sure to check out one or all of the five videos that have been lovingly prepared. We’re sure they should get the point across better than just words!

iOS 10.2 Beta 4 Vs iOS 10.1.1 on iPhone 6s

iOS 10.2 Beta 4 Vs iOS 10.1.1 on iPhone 6

iOS 10.2 Beta 4 Vs iOS 10.1.1 on iPhone 5s

iOS 10.2 Beta 4 Vs iOS 10.1.1 on iPhone 5

iOS 10.2 Beta 4 Vs iOS 10.1.1 on iPad Air

(Source: iAppleBytes [YouTube])

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