exia000, 08 Oct 2016Serious Answer... Anyone asking the kind of question like u do is either have ALL screws loose... moreYou probably live in a poor country where there are no apple stores, where you can only buy apple products from retailers who can sell them at any "insane" prices they want. In the west and most countries who have apple stores an iphone is more or less the same price as the latest samsung flagship. And macbooks are usually only slightly more expensive than the rest. Macbook pro vs xps vs hp spectre. Look at the prices of these direct competitors in the UK for example.
Exploding 6 Plus model, slow memory on 32GB iPhone 7 Plus - WHAT A premium phone! Price is PREMIUM!
I have an iPhone 7 Plus 32 GB and here are my results.
Benchmark OS II Memory - 1316
PassMark Storage Write - 77.7 Mbyte/Sec
Storage Read - 696 Mbyte/Sec
Whatever gate it is, this is surely a scandal in the smartphone's world as iPhone is the standard of all smartphones.
So what. Laptops have done this for a few years now. An the average iPhone user certainly won't care. That said I'm glad I've got the 128 gb model.
Anonymous, 09 Oct 2016Memorygate. This iphone need to be recall. Overpriced and cheat customers.Agree.
Wtf is that article ?! Sure it's slower... Speed in flash memory chip is closely related to density ! So higher capacity model are faster.
Paul60, 09 Oct 2016Frankly, I would say that a heart attack, cancer, diabetes, broken limbs, bankruptcy, etc. is ... moreWow, we have a realistic person here. Not like all other people defending a phone with their life
yuri, 09 Oct 2016Buying a gadget these days is a huge problem. You have to check to see if everything is workin... moreFrankly, I would say that a heart attack, cancer, diabetes, broken limbs, bankruptcy, etc. is a huge problem, but not a phone.
Anonymous, 09 Oct 2016if I want to read a novel I would buy a book, make ur comment short n sweetThe comment I answered to was also that big
My iPhone 6s 64 GB - write 199 MB/s, read 619 MB/s.
Wife's iPhone SE 64 GB write 182 MB/s, read 669 MB/s.
Something isn't right with that 32 GB version. If it was my phone, I would feel cheated now... Not to mention that sapphire glass camera lens...
"Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, ..."
I think that there is a very easy solution to any product hassle or defect (which can always happen) - not rushing to buy something as soon as it gets available. People who value their time and money will take some time and spend their money on proven products. And there are no more OEMs that are flaweless, in any industry.
Buying a gadget these days is a huge problem. You have to check to see if everything is working properly or not and even then the device will surprise you (not in a good way) down the line with some issue or the other....