Watch this video on YouTube. The video is from iApplebytes and the devices tested are the iPhone 13, the iPhone 12, the iPhone 11, iPhone XR and the iPhone 8. As we can see from the video the devices running the current iOS 15.5 software appear to boot up slightly faster than the ones running the new beta of iOS 16. This is as expected as this is only the first beta in the series, things should improve by the time the final version of the software is released. There do not appear to be any major differences in the speeds of the various apps with iOS 15.5 and iOS 16 when compared side by side.
Apple has made iOS 16 beta 1 available to developers. The iOS 16 software was unveiled earlier this week at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference. We’ve already seen a few hands-on videos for the new iOS 16 beta 1 software, and now there’s one more. The new video is a speed test, and we get to see if the new iOS 16 software has any speed advantages over the present iOS 15.5 software.
Apple are expected to release their iOS 16 software update later in the year along with the new iPhone 14 range, this is rumored for sometime in September. As soon as we get some details on exactly when iOS 16 will be released, we will let you know,