Anonymouses, 23 Sep 2015Welcome to 2013, Apple. Finally playing the catch up game aren't you.
Apple achievement of... more...OK that "Almost a decade" was waaaaayy too stretched out....
What I can't understand is how iPhone fanboys keep saying that "hurr durr android is all about specs and specs only".... yet the iPhone keeps upping specs every year.
iPhones don't need more cores cause the code is just optimized for single thread, no "magical optimization" done, please. It's not like these cores are weak anyway, they are utterly powerful cores, on a predominantly single threaded environment. There's not much that can go wrong on that.
Welcome to 2013, Apple. Finally playing the catch up game aren't you.
Apple achievement of the year 2015:
-First iphone with 2gb ram
-First ipad with 4gb ram
-First time making hexa core processor after almost a decade using dual core
-First iphone with 12mp rear camera
-First iohone with 5mp front camera
-First 4k recording in iphone
-Fist time making a stylus
-First ipad to be over 12inch
Turns out, Apple is becoming more like android with the high-specs race. Now, you living up to your price tag. Good.
After iPhone 5 apple is rushing to increase the number of cores in the processor due to chip sets used by Android smartphone makers but the reality is iOS doesn't need quad or hexa core processors .
Seems like when you have to do multitasking you require more number of cores to run it smoothly, something that Apple fans fail to understand.
If this is true, next year there will be apple fans describing it as innovation of the year :)
I use iphone, but I am not blind. I write android apps, and I know how much freedom they give to developer. iOS on the other hand is so closed it sometimes hurt. When you want to give that kind of freedom, than you need a hardware to support that.
I would love to have android running on iphone 5. It would be a great combo
nop the benchmark demostrate big few core are better thatn alot mid/low core..