Sure, you might see some dropped frames and stuttering animations while firing up some apps and the Control Center — but animations, in general, perform very well.We suggest that you read in detail the general feedback of i OS 9.3.4 for your device.This will help you get a general idea about how the update is performing for other users, and thus enable you to make a much more educated decision about whether or not you should update to the i OS 9.3.4.If you are jailbroken and want things to stay that way, DO NOT update to i OS 9.3.4.The update patches the loophole in i OS 9.3.3 that the jailbreak exploited.Furthermore, we don’t know when, or if, a jailbreak for i OS 9.3.4 will come.Furthermore, if you want to take some time to evaluate everything, and if you are more than content with the experience on the current version of i OS, it is not compulsory to hit the update right now — or ever.For those of you coming from some version of i OS 9.3, the update will be much quicker, as there is only one security patch that needs to be added.
While using the update, we kept a close eye on the all the usual suspects that make the performance of the device go haywire.
After hours of experience with the i OS 9.3.4, we can safely say that there are no deal-breaking issues here.
The i Phone 5 is an aging device, and one thing that worries almost all i Phone 5 users is whether it will be able to run the next update smoothly — in this case, the update being i OS 9.3.4.
Today, we will detail how the i OS 9.3.4 update performs on the i Phone 5.
The phone still impresses us with its performance and the battery life, despite being generations old.
Furthermore, we haven’t witnessed any frustrating app crashes and connectivity issues.