Results show that enabling TLS 1.3 is a good idea. It offers more security and better performance for your users. It’s also worth noting that TLS 1.3 will be a requirement to use the QUIC transport layer network protocol in the future. This will pave the way to HTTP/3. And once 0-RTT becomes more prevalent, for repeat website visits the purple on the graphs displayed above will disappear completely. Even faster connections for all (at least for those that use a browser that supports it anyway).