Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
Science | By Tyler Owen

Sway for iOS updated to look great on iPhone X

Sway for iOS updated to look great on iPhone X

On another note, most users will need to rebuild their iTunes library after downloading the new version.

Futuremark, a popular benchmarking service that is now part of Underwriter Labs (UL), tackled this argument head-on. On the other hand, the release said, an older app might not be optimized for newer models as well. Despite the spike in Google searches for "iPhone slow", Futuremark chose to tally up results from its own database of benchmark data for various models of the iPhone. There's a common perception that when a new iPhone variant or a new upgrade is rolled out by Apple, the older variants tend to get slower.

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The iPhone 6, 6S and 7 report similar results, as GPU performance remained consistent across different versions of iOS with some minor discrepancies. No sign that Apple is slowing down your iPhone there, so let's look at the CPU.

Based on the figures coming in from the 3DMark Sling Shot Extreme Physics test, iPhone 5S GPU performance hasn't dipped significantly in the last 18 months.

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Processor performance was equally consistent leading Futuremark to conclude that "it is clear that iOS updates have not had a significant effect on performance".

The numbers don't lie, folks. That resulted in several bouts of battery drain issues, but it also slowed down the performance of the app. Apps that aren't optimized for your device could run slower.

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One of the biggest myths about iPhone performance has finally been busted. Music Streaming and the new Radio app With watchOS 4.1, you can stream music, giving you access to any song from Apple Music or your iCloud Music Library, straight from the wrist. If they saw anything they liked, users could install that app on their iPhone through the box that was running iTunes.

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