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ZolloTech & iOS 13.5.1 Review

                           ZolloTech & iOS 13.5.1 Review 

IOS 13.5.1 was released to the public today this is available to all iOS 13 supported devices so that means the iPhone 6s and later as well as the iPad air 2 in later and iPad Mini 4 and later as well as iPod Touch 7th generation now if you haven't received this update and maybe you received iOS 13.5.5 beta.

You would need to uninstall the beta profile so if you are a beta tester you would want to go into settings go to general scroll to the bottom and you'll have a word that says profile here go into profile and remove it and then you'll be able to check for software update and it will be there now iOS 13.5.1 came in at 77.5 MB on my iPhone 11 pro max and it was as small as about 50 megabytes or so depending on the device so I have the iPhone 7 the iPhone 10 are in the iPad pro 12.9 from 2020 now. 

let's take a look at the build number the build number is 17 f80 and this particular build is all about one thing and apple also released similar updates for not only iOS but also watch OS 6.2.6 TV OS 13.4.6 home pod OS 13.4.6 and also Mac OS 10.15.5 supplemental updates so with this update iOS 13.5.1 has no modem updates so there's no modem fixes nothing to cellular data or Wi-Fi that I could find and it has one specific feature that's included and that is to fix the jailbreak so if you were using iOS 13.5 with the uncovered jailbreak that has been patched.

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In fact Apple calls that calls that out specifically as far as security updates as far as preventing that so it says an application may be able to execute arbitrary code with it kernel privileges or access to the operating system itself and so they've patched that on all of these devices and that's what this update was all about every time there is a jailbreak that's considered a security vulnerability and Apple needs to patch that and so they've patched it on not only iPhone but watch or Apple watch as well as iPad viii home pod Mac as well and so that is the main fix don't expect any new features no major changes within this update there's nothing new as far as that goes now with that said that doesn't mean they haven't patched other things.

Although the update was so small it's hard to say if they fixed anything with mail as far as notifications I know quite a few people were having problems with notifications coming in including myself sometimes they're hit or miss mail as far as letting me know that I have email I go into it it has to recheck so those are all known bugs that I've seen over and over and I'm not sure if they'll be patched with this only a few days will tell me that so I did try a few different things on these devices.

I'll talk about in a moment but let's talk about battery life then we'll talk about performance and then also future iOS versions as well as iOS 14 so as far as battery life is concerned I did a follow up video on iOS 13.5 the other day and 71% said they had the same or better battery life than the previous public version now some people of course those that are having bad battery life are going to be more outspoken about that and you can see my battery health is 98% after this update now updates do not decrease your battery health they simply recheck the physical battery to see how it's doing and all batteries degrade over time so until someone releases a new battery that doesn't degrade over time this will continue to be a thing on all phones all devices that use batteries.

Now over the past 10 days that you can see here is my usage and there was a little bit of a hiccup there but over the past 10 days here's my usage so it varies depending on the day this day was a little bit better so 3 hours and 43 minutes of screen on time 2 hours and 54 minutes of screen off time.

I used about 40% of my battery so I'm getting about 10 to 12 hours combined with both screen on and screen off time which is basically playing music in the background with the display off so it's having activities going on with the display off and that's usually what that is so battery life has been fine for me I'm happy with it but obviously there's some that aren't so hopefully it fixes any of those small issues now as far as performance you saw that that small little hiccup there when I went into battery.

It could be doing something in the background and it usually improves over time and we'll take a look at the benchmarks in a moment but before I started making this video or recording this video I took a look at this iPhone 7 this is a jet-black iPhone 7 it's a kind of a limited color it looks just like an iPhone 8 but it's not and if we go into things like music you'll see it takes a moment to load but in general I went in and I went into things like settings just to see how it would scroll.

I had no lock ups in the time that I've been playing around with it seems to be okay but only time will tell just like better know as far as iPhone 10 are the same thing is true I would not expect any performance difference across any of these devices because this is a security update as opposed to a feature update there's nothing new they just patched that small security hole or actually it's a pretty major security hole the same is true with iPad OS iPad OS did not get any updates other than that security patch so if you were having issues with it unfortunately I would not necessarily expect them to be patched but only time will tell as far as that goes but again everything seems to feel fast and fluid when going through this so it looks to be okay now as far as the Geekbench scores or benchmarks let's take a look at them.

I ran it in Geekbench 5 like I normally do so if you're seeing much higher scores you may be in a previous version but I scored 1317 for single core 3360 one for multi-core and keep in mind I run these right after I install the update and it takes time usually for things to happen in the background but I do make make sure the phones are cool so usually they're a little bit warm after you update because they're processing a lot of data so you can see on June 1st verse May 19th the scores are a little bit lower but again I ran this right after installing.

It so keep in mind these scores could go up but they're close enough that I really wouldn't pay attention to it it's usually good enough now let's take a look at all of these devices so you can compare what I have with what you have now from left to right I have two 20/20 iPad pro 12.9 followed by the iPhone 7 then the iPhone 10 R and then the iPhone 11 pro max so this should give you a general idea of what your scores are and if they're anywhere in this general range you should be good to go now Apple is continuing to work on iOS 13 and will continue to work on it probably until next year as far as security updates now.

I would not expect any major feature changes but while I was making this video i OS 13.5.5 beta 1 was released so I'll have a video on that as well so hopefully there's something new in there but don't expect any major new features until iOS 14 which should come out to beta testers in a couple weeks on the 22nd so I'm looking forward to that so on the 22nd is WWDC and I would expect iOS 14 with many new features and things like that hopefully a lot more stability as well but of course.

I'll keep you updated on that if you've found anything else in iOS 13.5.1 please let me know in the comments below 


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