IOS users can now quietly update it to "eleven" on their devices. But on any iPhone, is it worthwhile to switch to a newer version if we care about speed?

EverythingApplePro has recently appeared on the video, which most probably would have waited for most of the undecided users to wait. With each subsequent release, older devices tend to suffer less – especially in terms of speed. On video we have a comparison of iOS 11 with iOS 10.3.3 on all iPhone that can install both systems. So the smartest are the oldest smartphones. If iPhone is turned on, iOS 10 is better on older devices (iPhone 6, 6 Plus, SE, 5S). The difference is several seconds. Even with the newer smartphones (iPhone 6S, 7 and 7 Plus), iOS 10 is running faster again. The next test shows the screen wake animation – iOS 11 is definitely slower, which is not hard to spot. The App Store loads faster, though the Camera or Settings are lagging behind the older release. The turning point is to be iPhone 6S, where iOS 11 is expected to run faster than the "ten". Unfortunately – maybe it's on a clean sofa (like on video), but I can confirm that "eleven" has slower animations, works worse and consumes more battery. https://youtu.be/uMAcZFNq0bI So it looks like the final version of iOS 11 still has a lot to do in terms of speed or firing some applications even on newer smartphones. Of course they do better than older ones – which is normal. It reminds me a lot of the situation with iOS 10, when the first final version was not very refined in terms of speed. Only minor , minor updates have optimized the system for normal use. I hope that with iOS 11 will be the same, because for now the system is crooked in terms of speed compared to the "tens". So maybe it's Apple's strategy – to release the final version with slower animations just to speed up or modify them later, which will give the user the feeling of improvement, so that he will be happy until the next iOS release. Source: EverythingApplePro