Speed ​​test between iOS 15 and iOS 14.6

iOS 14.6 vs iOS 15

After finishing WWDC 2021, as planned, Apple released the iOS 15 first beta, a new version of iOS that offers us interesting news, although for many users they are not enough, especially in the version for the iPad, since it does not allow to get all the power of the new iPad Pro 2021 with the M1 processor.

With the release of a new version of iOS, it was a matter of time before the guys at iAppleBytes made a cPerformance comparison between the first beta of iOS 15 and the latest version that Apple continues to sign today, iOS 14.6. Considering that both the iPhone 6s and iPad Air 2 are updated, the performance of both devices is anyone’s guess.

An incognito that is cleared in this video, since the guys from iAppleBytes have carried out this test on different devices, including those that have been on the market for the longest time, such as the first-generation iPhone SE, the iPhone 6s, the iPhone 7 …

If you have seen the video, and if not I tell you, despite the fact that iOS 15 is in a first beta, the performance it offers is very similar to what we can find with iOS 14.6. Practically the only difference in performance is found in the time it takes for each model to start up.

As Apple releases new betas, the chances are that iOS 15 performance keeps improving to be higher than iOS 14.6. As long as the iPhone 6s continues to work as usual with the next version of iOS, users of these devices will be more than happy, as they will be able to continue using a device with more than 6 years on the market.

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