Linked by Yoni on Fri 18th Jan 2013 21:56 UTC
Apple "Never mind the fact that the iPod turned the entire music industry on its head. Never mind the fact that most successful notebooks today resemble designs first popularized by Apple. Never mind the fact that the blueprint of the modern day smartphone remains the original iPhone. Never mind the fact that competitors are scrambling wildly to copy the success and design of the iPad. Forget all of these things, because when it comes to Apple, the 'what have you done for me lately?' mentality reigns supreme."
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RE[7]: Reponse
by JAlexoid on Mon 21st Jan 2013 06:11 UTC in reply to "RE[6]: Reponse"
JAlexoid
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2009-05-19

Have you had a reference? iPhone5 or any high end Android device? Because the issues with speed are just too obvious.(Obviously swiping thought the start screens and list of music had no negative impact)

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RE[8]: Reponse
by MOS6510 on Mon 21st Jan 2013 06:18 in reply to "RE[7]: Reponse"
MOS6510 Member since:
2011-05-12

I used the iPhone 4 for some time and didn't notice the performance going down when I upgraded it to iOS 6. My wife didn't complain either when I upgraded her 3GS, but she's no expert. It's hard for me to judge the 3GS performance as I never owned one and only used my wife's briefly on a few occasions when setting a setting, installing an app or explaining something.

When I got an iPhone 5 (my wife sold her 3GS and got my 4) I did notice it was quicker than the iPhone 4. Of course I skipped the 4S that falls between these two models.

I know some people complain iOS 6 made their iPhone slower, but some say it's faster while I'm a member of the group that didn't notice anything.

I guess we need some kind of benchmark program to see what the numbers say. For some strange reason I've never seen any benchmarks regarding this subject.

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