The iPhone 6s iOS 9.3 update is confirmed and today we want to highlight five important things iPhone 6s users should know ahead of its release.
iPhone 6s users have been treated to a number of iOS updates since the device’s release back in September. Some of those updates, updates like iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2, were small. Others, like iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2, brought more than just bug fixes to the the flagship device.
The iPhone 6s should get two more iOS 9 updates in the near future. One, a bug fixer called iOS 9.2.1. The other, a milestone upgrade dubbed iOS 9.3.
Earlier this month, Apple confirmed an iPhone 6s iOS 9.3 update. The upgrade is the third major iOS update for the iPhone 6s and it’s set to bring new features that take advantage of the iPhone 6s’ technology.
With an iPhone 6s iOS 9.3 update in the works, we want to take a look at the most important things iPhone 6s users need to know about the next milestone upgrade for the device. This roundup includes details about current performance, features, and more.
iPhone 6s iOS 9.3 Performance
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Thanks to the iOS 9.3 beta, we're starting to get a read on early iPhone 6s iOS 9.3 update performance.
Beta testers have been supplying feedback to the rest of us in the days since the beta release and so far, things look promising.
According to beta testers the iOS 9.3 beta, the first version at least, brings "3D Touch improvements on iPhone 6s." Testers note that "3D Touch menus pop out at smooth 60 fps." This could change in future betas and the final release but it's a solid start.
One user has already posted an extensive review of the iPhone 6s iOS 9.3 beta and it appears that the update's performance is solid. We've heard similar things from other beta testers who are all encouraged by the first beta release.