The story of the iPhone 6 slowing down twice due to the installation of the iOS update number 11.2.2, eliminating processor vulnerabilities in the operating system, is not worth a damn. This statement was made by John Poole, the founder of Primatelab, the developer of the Geekbench benchmark.
The story of the two-time slowdown of the iPhone 6 due to the installation of the iOS update number 11.2.2, eliminating processor vulnerabilities in the operating system, is not worth it eaten away. This statement was made by John Poole, founder of the Primatelab company, which is the developer of the Geekbench benchmark.
Ugh. The difference is due to low-power mode. This is the second run under low-power mode. This is a complete non-story.
– John Poole (@jfpoole) January 15, 2018.
According to Poole, the first test when the iPhone 6 is running iOS 11.1.2 demonstrated higher synthetic performance, was produced on a device operating in normal mode. The second, on iOS 11.2.2, when this indicator was halved, was carried out with the active power saving mode.
The developer did not provide any evidence of his own words, giving rise to the idea of a possible conspiracy in the minds of some users. However, the credibility of Pula’s statements is beyond doubt: it was he who confirmed the fact of artificially reducing the performance of old iPhones when their batteries reached a certain level of wear.