The sixth beta of iOS 15, released yesterday, is a near-final version of the firmware that will appear soon for everyone. Usually in recent releases, Apple focuses on performance and privacy improvements, adding new features and design.
As we know, this time the latest beta cut the SharePlay feature and added the ability to bring back elements of the old Safari design. But what about speed?
The blogger tested a stable build of iOS 14.7.1 and iOS 15 Beta 6. As expected, stable iOS 14 runs slightly faster on the first generation iPhone SE. At the same time, on the iPhone 8, the versions show almost the same performance, and on the iPhone 11, the new iOS 15 beta is an order of magnitude faster.
As per tradition, Apple can now release new beta versions of iOS 15 every week, so we may see some improvements in the new firmware in the near future. The official version of iOS 15 for everyone will appear no earlier than September 14 – the date on which, according to analysts, the presentation of the iPhone 13 falls.