Processor limitation comes to the iPhone XS and XR with iOS 13.1

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Every time Apple updates come, we can think of more features, bug fixes and, unfortunately, throttling. Yes, the new version of iOS 13.1 has arrived and with this update, some of your iPhones will be slightly slower.

You may think that last year's iPhone XS and XR are still some of the best iPhones out there. I mean, why would they? They have some of the best specifications that you can find in a smartphone, because when you compare it to Android devices. The point is that these devices are only a year old and already got processor limitation with the next iOS 13.1. Yes, it can be sad, but let's not forget that Apple wants you to have the best iPhone there is. If you still believe that your current iPhone can handle the new software, you can still disable throttling. Maybe in the distant future we will also get more RAM to help processors work better.

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