iPhone 6S : iOS 10.3.3 vs iOS 11.1 Final Build 15B93 : Performance Test

The final release of iOS 11.1 was released October 31st 2017.
It features new security fixes (KRACK WPA2 hack) and new emojis and more.
In these videos I will compare this new release to iOS 10.3.3 on iPhone
5S, 6 and iPhone 6S.

According to Mixpanel.com iOS 11 adoption rate is at 54%, but
there are still 35% of devices hanging on to iOS 10.

So will iOS 11.1 help increase the adoption rate? Lets test !

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31 Replies to “iPhone 6S : iOS 10.3.3 vs iOS 11.1 Final Build 15B93 : Performance Test”

  1. ActorRob

    I bought an Apple Watch that's on OS 4, used, so this helps me. I have a new one same model and was going to maybe use that since my phone 6S is still on 10.3.3 and the new one I assume is on 3.3.2. Anyhoo…hate that Apple won't let you pair OS 4 watches with 10.3.3. Another forced upgrade.

  2. SquinteyedSniper

    somehow, I think because the phone is mostly empty, this doesn't compare right with reality. On 10 worked marvously, on 11.1 choppy, worse batter, horrendous RAM leakage and noticeably feels like a slow device

  3. Min Jiang

    Thanks a lot. Love your channel. It helps. I was hesitating of upgrading to iOS11 since concerning about if the phone will lag, but this video gives me the answer. It seems that the the upgraded version 1 fixed a lot of the problems months ago.

  4. Ténébreux

    why "Messages", "Settings" etc are displayed gigantic and other options also? it's for the blind?? I don't understand why, it takes a lot of space! I would not do this update on my iPhone SE if it's big. It's possible to reduce it? (Sorry for my english, I'm french)

  5. Cyril TV

    Hi, Im currently running 10.3.3 on 6s. I havent updated to 11 because of uncertainity of battery life, and storage space taken by the update(as ive a 32gb model and dont want to waste more space). If anybody could clarify about the battery performance and storage taken?

  6. Narcis Balog

    I downgraded from 11.1 to 10.3.3 on iphone 6s after 2 days of usage. Opening apps was slower,especially when tapping the share button. It took 2 seconds ! Also to dial someone is slower. For me it was an unpleasant experience,so I will stay with 10.3.3 until I upgrade to the next iPhone model.

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