Is that true Apple's uses software updates to deliberately slow down older iPhones? Have you ever thought about it? Will the latest version of iOS destroy your phone battery? We will try to answer if it is true or false.
According to Apple, any iPhone from the iPhone 6s onward can run an updated OS, that includes the iPhone SE also. Take a look if we really need this upgrades or no.
Okay so firstly Advantages. Of course, the update in operating systems means an update in security protocol. It's a huge benefit for consumers and app developers also. In each next one Apple focus to improve your safety.
Higher Compatibility is nice for even older iPhones or iPads. Every single update makes the new upgrade the broadest yet, and it'll bring speed and higher performance. Apple standards will ensure your app is set up for success.
More possibilities - If your app uses AR technology, you need to update your app quite often. The Apple Augmented Reality Toolkit, ARKit, is still growing and developing.
Now disadvantages. Always when you update your iPhone be careful of your battery! Of course, it depends what phone you have and what version of iOS you want to install. Sometimes, new iOS can slow your mobile and basically this is the main problem.
Basically, your main application and iPhone should still work properly even if you don't update it. When your applications are slowing down try updating your system to the latest version of iOS, and check whether it fixed a problem or no.
In the other hand, sometimes updating your iPhone to the latest version may cause your apps to stop working. If it happened, you should update your app and check it in Settings.
Apple wants to keep your device up-to-date. But after updated your phone, you may want to go back to an older operating system. Unluckily, it is impossible, but as we know iPhone is working about it, and maybe in future, it can be. If you have problems with your battery after an update you can try the iPhone replacement programme.
Here is our video on how to install the latest iOS Version by using iTunes. Just watch it: