- The new Apple iOS 8 has brought to all users many new features and functions that greatly improves the user experience.
- So many new features makes older devices are not supported and they are, do not provide a good user experience, such as with the iPhone 4s and iPad 2.
It is ok to install iOS 8 iPhone 4s and iPad 2
Some outlets of Apple iOS devices are a support for future software updates and upgrade versions of iOS compatible with different devices. The company boasts often with numbers detailing statistics iOS update and says to regular customers and developers Google Android can not get anywhere near a similar experience. However, Ars Technica notes that the newly released iOS 8 for iPhone 4S and iPad 2, despite being compatible for use on them, will not provide a good experience for users upgrading.
Both devices were launched in the year 2011, the iPhone 4S(cheap cell phone cases) and iPad 2 were very present when you upgrade to the new Apple iOS 8. However, users of the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 that have come to install iOS eight faults found once you have installed the update, as your hardware can be too slow to successfully run the new software.
Because they are older, not all the new features of iOS will be available in August for iPhone 4S and iPad 2, such as handoff, AirDrop metal or graphics.
The user experience on iOS 8 iPhone 4s and iPad 2 is not good
Moreover, the overall experience could be hindered by certain delays as iOS applications require eight more time to load, and delay may occur once we are in certain applications. For what it's worth (although I do not think I'll make up), Safari browsing could be faster on the iPad 2 according to some benchmarks that have been seen.
Finally, iOS 8 might not seem so spectacular and so ornate as seen on other devices. The screen of 3.5-inch iPhone 4S could be seen as too small for the increasing number of user interface elements present in iOS 8, while the iPad 2 could have a problem font readability.
As pointed in BGR does not mean that users of the iPhone 4S(Cheap iPhone 6 Plus Cases) and iPad 2 should stay away from iOS in August (it is always possible that Apple reaches further enhance the experience of iOS 8 older devices in a future update as it did for the iPhone 4 with iOS 7) but users should not be surprised by experiencing some bugs and performance issues.
Currently, users of these devices will have to wait a little longer to use iOS 8 more stably, something we do not know if it will happen eventually. And you, have you updated any of these devices to iOS August? Share your experience with us and other users in the comments on the bottom.
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