So how is iOS 6 on the 3GS? Not bad, according to Andrew Cunningham of Ars Technica, who subjected his own plastic-backed smartphone to Apple’s latest and greatest version of iOS (now that’s hardcore journalism). The iPhone 3G was notoriously slow running iOS 4, so it’s interesting to see that the 3GS actually fares pretty well on iOS 6, and can still benefit from quite a number of the 200 new features Apple has just released.
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