If you’re one to keep up to date with the latest tech news, you know that the hottest iOS news these days has to do with iOS 11. At the Worldwide Developer Conference that took place last month in San Jose, California, Apple unveiled the next installment in their famous operating system line, namely iOS 11. As the spokesperson promised in the keynote announcing the new OS, iOS 11 will optimize tablets and help them substitute for laptops even.
iOS 11 also brings a lot of exciting new features for iPhones worldwide, but for the first time ever in the history of Apple’s mobile operating system, it’s more focused on tablets than smartphones. iOS 11 will come out in the fall, but until then we still have a few more updates to iOS 10 to receive. Let’s have a look.
The current version of the operating system that runs on devices right now is iOS 10.3.2. When it launched, it didn’t bring a whole lot of new things to the devices that received it. It was more of a balancing update than anything else. But the future version, iOS 10.3.3, is currently in its sixth beta testing preview, so let’s see if there’s a difference between the two.
From what we can see thus far, iOS 10.3.3 is a bit slower than iOS 10.3.2 on boot up, at least when we take a look at this beta preview. Things might improve in the future when the stable version officially reaches devices. The new software update will probably come soon, maybe even next week. We’ll have to wait and see.
For a more detailed comparison, you can also take a look at the video below. The video also demonstrates the speed issue we’ve mentioned.