If you still haven’t upgraded to iOS 10 because you’re worried it might make your iPhone slower, now is the time to find out once and for all what kind of impact Apple’s latest software has on performance. Check out the speed test videos below versus iOS 9.3.5.
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Apple seeded its iOS 10.0.1 Golden Master to beta testers on Wednesday. This is the release that will rollout to all compatible devices on September 13, bringing redesigned Music and News apps, new features for Messages, the new Home app, and more. But will it be any faster?
Find out in the speed test below which compares iOS 10.0.1 GM with iOS 9.3.5 on iPhone and iPad.
Way back in January of this year, Samsung officially confirmed that the Gear S2, the company’s recently launched wearable, would support the iPhone at some point in the future.
Apple rolled out a surprise iOS 9.3.4 update on Thursday, which promises to improve security on iPhones and iPads. But does it make them any faster? Find out in the speed test videos below, which compare iOS 9.3.4 with iOS 9.3.3 on the iPhone.
Apple rolled out its fourth iOS 10 beta to registered developers on Monday, and as usual, its release promised bug fixes and performance improvements. But do those changes make iOS 10 any faster than iOS 9.3.3 — Apple last public release? Find out in the tests below.
If you happen to live in Florida and are a MetroPCS customer, or plan to be after July 1, T-Mobile (which acquired MetroPCS back in 2013) has some good news.
The Los Angeles Police Department has successfully hacked into an iPhone 5s belonging to the wife of The Shield actor Michael Jace as part of a murder investigation, according to a report from Los Angeles Times, which cites a search warrant filed with the court.
Dish is a company that’s known better for providing satellites and set-top boxes to its customers, but it’s apparently ready to branch out.
Apple and the government aren’t done doing the encryption tango, it seems, as the Cupertino-based company throws another gauntlet at the Department of Justice.