iOS 9.3.4 Speed Test Compared With iOS 9.3.3 – What’s New In The Surprise Update


Yesterday, Apple released a surprise iOS 9.3.4 update that assures improved security on the iPhone and iPad. However, the question that a lot of us have in our mind is whether it contributes to performance or not. To find out the end result, a YouTuber has conducted an iOS 9.3.4 speed test comparison against iOS 9.3.3. This will ensure whether the surprise update brought any performance upgrades along side the security updates. So let's find out in the speed test comparison.

iOS 9.3.4 Speed Test Compared Against iOS 9.3.3, See The Difference In Video

iOS 9.3.4 is a minor upgrade that weighs in just 25.1MB if you're running iOS 9.3.3 on your iOS device. Users must be thinking how such a minor upgrade could enhance performance of an iOS device. However, there's only one way to find out. Check out the videos embedded below for more details.

Firstly, talking about the iPhone 6s, iOS 9.3.4 slightly slows down the boot up process. Apart from this, the performance throughout the operating system remains the same when it comes to launching various apps. So even though the update is minute in terms of size, it does affect the performance.

Interestingly enough, iOS 9.3.4 speed test compared against iOS 9.3.3 on the iPhone 6, iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5 shows faster boot up speed. However, apart from this, the all around performance is not affected much. App launch times are more or less the same, loading webpages, multitasking and other such operations remain the same. Check out the video below for a more in-depth view.

Finally, for the iPhone 4s, iOS 9.3.4 speed test shows noticeable speed changes when the device is booted up. Just like the iPhone 6s, the update does not seem to affect the remaining operations of the system like app launch times and more. However, apps like Safari and Messenger do slow down by a lot and just aren't snappy as it were on iOS 9.3.3.

Even though the performance department has been affected by the update. However, the impact changes from device to device. iOS 9.3.4 is mainly a security update and it would not be wrong to say that updating your device to iOS 9.3.4 will kill the jailbreak. So if you have a jailbroken device and you want to keep the jailbrokn status then we would advice you to update the system. However, if you're a standard iOS user, updating to iOS 9.3.4 would bump up your device security up a notch.

This is it for now, folks. What are your thoughts on iOS 9.3.4 speed test comparison against iOS 9.3.3? Are you be willing to update? Let us know in the comments.