How to fix the iPhone 6s Plus' frame rate problem

How to fix the iPhone 6s Plus’ frame rate problem


The iPhone 6s has more junk in the trunk.
Some iPhone 6s Plus animations look surprisingly jerky.
Photo: Apple

The iPhone 6s Plus has a frame rate problem, and the only solution is more cowbell right here!

Although it’s not necessarily something your average user is going to get too concerned about, a number of people have noticed that the iOS transition animations on the phablet-sized iPhone 6s Plus look considerably slower and more jerky than those on the smaller iPhone 6s.

Fortunately there’s a way to fix it.

In most cases, the 30fps problem can be solved by going to Settings > General > Accessibility > Increase Contrast, before switching on Reduce Transparency. Hey presto — buttery-smooth animations!

Check out the below video for more information.

Have you noticed any frame rate issues with your iPhone 6s Plus? If so, does the fix work for you? Leave your comments below.

Source: Erica Griffin

Via: PhoneArena


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