While the "iPhone vs. Android" debate fans are keeping online is exhausting and futile, there are good reasons for rational people to compare the two mobile platforms. Android has many benefits compared to iOS, as iOS is better than Android in some respects, and comparing the two operating systems can help people make more informed decisions when it comes time to buy a new smartphone. For example, if you prioritize flexibility and flexibility, Android is almost certainly the way to go. On the other hand, if you value simplicity and a smooth overall user experience, one AppleIPhone might be a better choice … most of the time.
For some reason, Google and its partners don't seem to know how to hone the physics of scrolling. Apple have on iOS. Android physics is still so harsh and unnatural compared to the subtleties of iOS. This may seem trivial, but stop for a moment and think about all the scrolling you do on the home screen and the various apps you use on the phone; You can scroll much more than you think. While iOS has always been superior in this area, some iPhone users have experienced issues in this area that make animations and scrolling transitions much smoother. Some call this issue "frame drop," while others call it stuttering, but the point is, it's a very real issue that negatively affects the user experience, and people have been frustrated by the issue for a long time. However, if it is among the affected users, we have good news.
A Reddit user posted a note on the iPhone subreddit earlier this week claiming to have found a solution to the iPhone drop frame issue. The problem is especially noticeable when scrolling the home screen of the affected phone, and this user found that adjusting certain settings completely eliminates the problem. This is what he did:
- Open the setup app
- Touchez Accessibility
- Touchez Zoom
- Touchez the switch next to "Follow Focus" to disable settings
According to Reddit users who posted the note, disabling this setting solves problems on some iPhones and iPad Pro.
The first-choice comments in the thread suggest that the user-proposed improvement is not an improvement at all and that it is just the placebo effect. We can confirm that this comment is completely incorrect. We tested our own iPhone enhancements that were affected by the frame drop issue and we saw an immediate increase that was not possible due to errors. The repair may not work for all iPhone models or all users, but it actually works for multiple users, including us.
If you have an iPhone or iPad affected by iOS frame dropping errors, definitely try this. It takes around 5 seconds and that can have a dramatic impact on your user experience.