iOS 10.3.2 vs iOS 10.3.1 – Speed Test Comparison on Older Devices
Here’s a speed test comparison of iOS 10.3.2 vs iOS 10.3.1 running on iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s.
iOS 10.3.2 vs iOS 10.3.1 – The Latest Software From Apple Goes Head to Head with Each Other in New Speed Test Comparison Videos
Whenever Apple releases a new software update, deep down inside it packs a handful of ‘performance’ enhancements. While such improvements are noticeable whenever Apple releases a 0.1 update, it’s fairly difficult to catch in a 0.0.1 release.
A couple of days back Apple released iOS 10.3.2, and the new firmware is available for everyone to download with a compatible device. Interestingly, the aforementioned firmware is available for older devices as well, such as the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s. If you are in ownership of these gadgets, then you will be more than eager to learn whether or not the new firmware offers any real-world speed benefits compared to iOS 10.3.1. Your answer lies in a series of videos below.
iOS 10.3.2 vs iOS 10.3.1
As you can see, the difference is barely there. I’ll go as far as saying that it’s absolutely negligible. But keep one thing in mind: that does not mean you skip out on the update completely. It does come with under the hood changes, such as bug and security related fixes. These additions alone are good enough reasons to upgrade your device to the latest release.
If, for some reason, you feel the need to downgrade back to iOS 10.3.1, then you can do so by following our guide posted here: How to Downgrade iOS 10.3.2 to iOS 10.3.1 on iPhone or iPad. Keep one thing in mind though – the opportunity to downgrade to iOS 10.3.1 is very, very limited. As soon as Apple closes the signing window, you will be stuck on iOS 10.3.2 for good. So be very considerate and a little hasty when it comes to downgrading iOS firmware.
Interested in upgrading to iOS 10.3.2? Then you can learn more about it by heading over to this link: Download iOS 10.3.2 for Your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch – IPSW Direct Links. The update is available over the air for everyone, and you will not lose your files once you are done with the entire process.