Apple has found a way to run iOS 10 faster and smoother!
Apple is doing best to ensure Apple apps run more faster and smoother since the launch of iOS 10. Here is how it works, instead of loading content as we scroll, Apple now helps to load those content of APIs to load faster.
Apple has come with lot of innovative changes for newly introduced iOS 10, apart from its popular iMessage apps. Millions of Apple users have downloaded iOS 10, Apple is doing best to ensure Apple apps run more faster and smoother since the launch of iOS 10.
Lets find out what are major changes by Apple to run iOS 10 faster:
Apple has come up with a simplest way to to run iOS 10 faster and smother. Here is how it works, instead of loading content as we scroll, Apple now helps to load those content of APIs to load faster.
How Apple made iOS 10 faster for Apps
For example, useful apps like Airbnb have lot of ‘cells,’ or blocks of data. While scrolling, these apps jitter trying you to keep up, which are called ‘dropping frames.’ They are mostly responsible for making apps worse in practical use.
Apple said, dropped frames are made when content is being loaded even before they land up on-screen. The issue is that these you need to scroll to actually being loaded just milliseconds before you actually access them.
How Apple resolved the issue:
Apple is now loading those cells quite ahead the moment when you scroll to them. This helps to ensure ‘dropping frames' do reach on the screen. As per Apple 60 frames per second is the perfect timing but actual scrolling may be lower than that standard, admit Apple.
Apple achieves this target and says it managed to keeps the apps within the target of 60 frames per second, known as ‘pre-fetching data. ’ Apple managed to hit the target in the reverse order also.
What developers should do for faster iOS 10
Well Apple made everything tailor-made for developers now. It has made all big changes already in the back-end to existing APIs. Apple guantees that if its apps are fully compiled for iOS 10, they will run smoother and faster for iOS 10.
But, if a developer plans to quit , then he can just do it using a single line of code, says Apple.