Thursday, 13 April 2017 17:24

Apple makes a tiny change in iOS which will make your iPhone faster


This shouldn’t be a surprise as new software makes a smartphone run like the wind

For all the people who have updated their iPhones to the latest 10.3 update on Monday — might have noticed that their iPhones are running smoother and quicker than usual.This shouldn’t be a surprise as new software makes a smartphone run like the wind, and the update 10.3 for iOS particularly includes a fancy new modern file system which plays a major role in freeing up more space than devices on older versions of iOS.
But that is not the only reason why the iPhone is now quicker and smoother, according to Apple engineer Renaud Lienhart. He recently took to Twitter to reveal one of the undocumented tweaks to the OS.
The animations he is talking about happen when you launch, close or switch between apps. According to BGR, this does not mean the apps will be running faster when you use them — but in fact it has to do with more improved responsiveness, which we noticed while switching between open apps on the new OS. It is a small change nevertheless, but makes multi-tasking a breeze on the iPhone.
Users should update their device to iOS 10.3 for more than just the speed boost. The reason being that it is always a good idea to run the latest version of the phone’s OS, since updates usually are known to fix issues and bugs, like Safari ransom bug that 10.3 kicked out.
Also, now you will able to track down your annoying AirPods when they get lost repeatedly and avoid a $69 fee for a replacement.


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