Apple’s iPhone 6 Speeds Up Thanks To iOS 10.3.1

Apple’s iPhone 6 was released back in 2014 but there are still many users sticking to this device in 2017. This device, along with the iPhone 6 Plus, made Apple record when pre-orders surpassed four million within the first 24 hours of their availability.

The iPhone 6 sports a 4.7-inch display screen measuring at 750 x 1334 pixel resolution. Powered by Apple A8, the device packs on 1GB RAM along with a choice of 16, 32, 64 and 128GB internal storage versions.

The device features an 8MP rear-facing camera and its secondary camera measures at 1.2MP. Aside that, the device also comes with a fingerprint scanner and it is fitted with a non-removable 1810 mAh battery.

The iPhone 6 arrived with iOS 8; however, it is upgradable to the latest operating system, iOS 10.3. According to various Redditors, it looks like the latest update has been blessing to the Apple device.

Many folks clarified that although they were initially skeptical about upgrading to the latest OS, they were pleasantly surprised to see the device improving drastically with the upgrade.

Some disclosed that the device seems to be just as fast as the day they first received the device. The new file system has apparently made it faster and some have even reported that battery life has been getting better.

That’s happy news and we want to know if you’ve upgraded to the latest iOS. If you have, share your good/bad experience with the new update with us!