9 Things to Know About the iPhone 5s iOS 9.3.3 Update
The company recently pushed out another bug fix for iOS 9 users and the iOS 9.3.3 update is an important update for the devices like the iPhone 5s.
iOS 9.3.3 is small but it delivers some important changes that tighten security and improve device performance. It’s tiny but there is a lot to know about the iPhone 5s iOS 9.3.3 update.
iOS 9.3.3 is out of beta and it brings a short list of bug fixes and security patches to iPhone 5s users on iOS 9.3, iOS 9.3.1 or iOS 9.3.2. Those who are coming from something older than iOS 9.3 will encounter a much larger update.
This roundup is going to help you get familiar with the iPhone 5s iOS 9.3.3 update. It will provide you with updated feedback about the iPhone 5s iOS 9.3.3 update’s performance, details about the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, tips to help you get it installed, a look at current iPhone 5s iOS 9.3.3 problems, and more.
iPhone 5s iOS 9.3.3 Impressions and Performance1 / 9
We’ve spent a little more than a week with the iPhone 5s iOS 9.3.3 update and the aging former flagship is performing quite well in key areas like battery life, connectiity, and speed. Before we get to performance, we want to touch on the installation.
If you haven’t installed iOS 9.3.3 yet know that it’s a tiny update if you’re coming from iOS 9.3.2. It shouldn’t take more than a few minutes to download
and install. We didn’t run into any installation problems on day one and you probably won’t run into any now.
As for the update’s performance, we haven’t noticed any abnormal battery drain during regular use and we don’t expect that to change in the weeks ahead. If you are dealing with poor battery life on iOS 9.3.3, be sure to check out our list of fixes. There’s a good chance it’s not iOS 9.3.3 causing the problem.
We haven’t experienced any issues with Wi-Fi, AT&T’s 4G/LTE networks or Bluetooth at the month milestone. We’ve successfully paired the iPhone 5s and its update with several different routers, ISPs, and Bluetooth devices.
The iPhone 5s in our possession is also pretty fast with the iOS 9.3.3 update on board. There’s still a little bit of sluggishness when using Control Center (this was also an issue for us on iOS 9.3.2), and the keyboard occasionally stalls, but that’s the only noticeable UI lag we’ve seen.
If you’re coming from iOS 9.3, iOS 9.3.1 or iOS 9.3.2 you’ll definitely want to consider upgrading to the iOS 9.3.3 update. It comes with some noteworthy bug fixes and changes.
If you’re coming from something older, it’s a total judgement call. Dig into feedback and its features and decide if the upgrade is worth it for you and your device.