The process of upgrading to iOS 5 from iOS 4 gave us plenty of time to ponder what we were getting into: Is instant camera going to change our world? Can we really Tweet directly from the core apps? is Safari performance actually better? Wait a second….performance improvements? Now you’re speaking our language. We decided to take a look at our Real User Monitoring data to see for ourselves. Well, the results of our snapshot study are in…and it looks something like this:
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