Apple recently confirmed an iPhone 6 iOS 9.3 update and it should bring a long list of changes to the former flagship. Today, we want to take a look at a few things iPhone 6 users need to know about their iOS 9.3 release.
iPhone 6 owners should get at least two more iOS 9 updates following the release of the iOS 9.2 update back in December. iOS 9.2 is the most up-to-date version of iOS 9 but that will probably change in the near future.
Apple’s testing two new iOS 9 updates. One is iOS 9.2.1, a small bug fixer that should address a few iOS 9 problems. The other is much larger, an iOS 9.3 update that represents the iOS 9 operating system’s third milestone upgrade.
The rumors were true. The iOS 9.3 update is real and it’s heading for the iPhone 6 (and iPhone 6 Plus) at some point down the road. Like the iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2 milestone update’s before it, it’s going to be a big one for Apple’s original 4.7-inch device.
With an iPhone 6 iOS 9.3 release date inching closer, we want to outline five things you should know, right now, about the iPhone 6 iOS 9.3 update and its highly anticipated release date.
It’s still early but we already know a lot about the iPhone 6 iOS 9.3 update’s performance, features, and more.
iPhone 6 iOS 9.3 Performance
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Now that the iOS 9.3 update is out, we're starting to get feedback about the iPhone 6 iOS 9.3 update's performance.
It's still early but the iPhone 6 iOS 9.3 update seems to be holding up quite well in the first version of Apple's beta. In most areas at least.
Some iPhone 6 iOS 9.3 beta users are still complaining about Control Center lag. This is an ongoing problem for many iPhone 6 users and it's still present for a number of people in the first iOS 9.3 beta. (For the record, we haven't seen this problem on iOS 9.2.)
iOS 9.3 beta users are also reporting improvements to the performance of the News application. The app reportedly refreshes "articles and performs much faster."
If don't plan on trying the iOS 9.3 update early, it would be smart to keep an eye on this feedback as the iOS 9.3 update progresses through the beta.
This way, you'll get a feel for the iOS 9.3 update's features and performance ahead of time.