Apple has settled a long-running class-action lawsuit that claimed it made iPhone 4S devices slower on purpose. The accusations flew after people installed iOS 9 and Apple has now agreed to pay members of the suit $15 each.
According to an analyst, Apple will be moving back to all-glass design for its 2017 flagship iPhone, featuring AMOLED screen. Here are the details.
So, will disabling iOS SpringBoard or system animations help speed up an older iPhone model? This video aims to gauge the speed difference, if any, between an iPhone 5 and 4s running iOS 9.2.1 with system animations enabled and the same with said animations disabled.
Here's a head-to-head speed test comparison between iOS 9.3 beta 2 vs iOS 9.2.1 final version in the form of four videos, one each for iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s.
A new set of videos showing iOS 9.2.1 vs iOS 9.2 speed comparison confirms that the latest firmware is noticeable faster, especially on older 32-bit devices.
Apple has a new class action lawsuit hanging over its head. This class action suit accuses Apple of applying deceptive marketing techniques and practices, as well as false advertising, over the performance of iOS 9 on older supported devices. Basically, a decent-sized number of individuals are claiming that Apple's claim that iOS 9 is "compatible" with the iPhone 4s is fundamentally incorrect, and that the latest version of iOS "significantly interferes" with the performance of the handset.
Is iOS 9.2 worth installing? These videos show speed comparison between iOS 9.2 vs iOS 9.1 on older iPhones, namely the iPhone 4s, 5, 5s and 6.
iPhone 6 vs 6 Plus vs 5s vs 5c vs 5 vs 4s vs 4 vs 3GS vs 3G vs 2G speaker volume compared on video. Here are the complete details. Find out which iPhone is the loudest to date.