Apple recently released their new iOS 13.3 beta 1 software for the iPhone and iPad, the software comes with some bug fixes and performance improvements.
On of the bug fixes in the software was an issue with RAM management and multitasking which was introduced with iOS 13.2, this has apparently now been fixed in the new beta.
Now we have a speed speed test of iOS 13.3 beta 1 vs iOS 13.3 beta 1, the tests are run on the iPhone 6S, iPhone 7 and iPhone 8.
As we can see from the video on the iPhone 6S test the handset running the new beta software booted up first, there do not appear to be any improvements in the app speed.
With the test of the iPhone 7 the handset running the new iOS 13.3 beta 1 booted up slightly faster than the device with iOS 13.2, there are no major improvements in the apps.
On the iPhone 8 test the handset running the current release of iOS 13.2 booted up slight faster than the new beta, there were no improvements in the apps.
In the final test with the iPhone XR the device running the iOS 13.2 software booted up a split second faster than the new iOS 13.3 software. There were no major improvements in app speed. Overall it looks like the new iOS 13.3 will not bring any major new speed improvements to the iPhone, although this could change by the time the final version is released.
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