iOS 9.3 is Apple's 'Most Stable New Release in Years' [Report]

iOS 9.3 is Apple's 'Most Stable New Release in Years' [Report]

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iOS 9.3 is Apple's most stable new release in years, according to a report from Apteligent. That's despite a bug that affected opening web links which was fixed today and an activation bug that could lock users out of their device.

Despite this bug, iOS 9.3 stands as Apple’s most stable new release in years. The average crash rate over the past eight days is 2.2%, by far the most stable iOS version. For the sake of comparison, that’s better than any current Android release, including the most recent Android Marshmallow, which stands at 2.6%.

Check out the chart below which shows the crash rate for various version of iOS over the past month. Have you noticed improved stability with iOS 9.3? Let us know in the comments!

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iOS 9.3 is Apple's 'Most Stable New Release in Years' [Report]
manymen12 - April 19, 2016 at 8:20pm
Ett fel uppstod vid valideringen av formuläret. Gå tillbaka och försök igen. Var inte rädd, det här är bara ett felmeddelande. Något gick tydligen fel och antagligen kan du lösa problemet genom att helt enkelt gå tillbaka och försöka igen (använd Bakåt-knappen i din webbläsare).
Rahul Kotian - April 1, 2016 at 9:59pm
Need improvement in iOS 9.3, Night shift is good but it should have worked when low battery mode is turned on.
Rayl - April 1, 2016 at 5:19am
Certainly. Its blazingly fast and smooth. Just like jobs era iphones were.
TechnoGeek - April 1, 2016 at 3:52am
I just updated mine to 9.3.1.. Nicely done Apple, pretty quick to fix the bugs.
MannyG - April 1, 2016 at 3:38am
It is? My phone keeps freezing and even the home button doesn't work when it happens. I keep seeing the apple logo for a couple seconds and then I can use it again. Not too stable. Also my battery just drains much more quickly!
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