Scarface007, 25 Feb 2020A13 well exceeds the SD equivalent in Raw power is true. But, it's useless since the whole ch... moreI can't say much for it's power utilization but how is the fluidity argument not valid anymore? Android is NOT seamless. IOS is. When you click on an app on Android that goes to landscape it takes like 2 whole seconds LOL. Android user here btw.
Scarface007, 25 Feb 2020But the app performance is bottlenecked due to limitations of iOS. Developers failing to opt... moreApple has a proper vertical integration between the hardware and the software that they develop.. 3rd party API tends to be more optimised on iOS and more consistent across iDevices, Metal API and iOS camera API are good examples.
DroidBoye, 25 Feb 2020What you're measuring is not actually performance but that app's cross-platform compatibility.... moreBut the app performance is bottlenecked due to limitations of iOS.
Developers failing to optimize these apps coz the way iOS is built. Maximum optimizations they can do is achieving half the performance of a weaker(SD855) CHIP since they can't change around how iOS works fundamentally. Those same developers don't suffer rigid restrictions on Android coz of its open source nature, hence the apps end up being better optimized on Android.
Developers simply can't optimize an app for a inferior OS no matter how good the hardware. THIS is why I said, A13 is a beast but bottlenecked by poor co-hardware and iOS itself.
Scarface007, 25 Feb 2020You can't be comparing native apps, since they'll be optimized for their respective OS. Cross... moreWhat you're measuring is not actually performance but that app's cross-platform compatibility. If you're convinced that the app's was not optimized to iOS then are you really measuring performance? NO.
DroidBoye, 25 Feb 2020Cross-platform apps, that's the issue right there and not the OS. It's more of developer issue... moreYou can't be comparing native apps, since they'll be optimized for their respective OS.
Cross platform apps are the way to go. Developers aren't able to optimize those apps for iOS coz of the rigid prison like ecosystem of iOS.
Translation : iOS is the bottleneck.
Optional, 25 Feb 2020Name some things what iphone 6s can't do compared with Note9. But things which would be import... moreSplit screen multitasking, seamless OTG and microSd, faster charging, bigger battery, watching High resolution content on bigger screen instead of 720p display, faster storage, 960fps slow motion recording, all the flexibility and functionality that comes with Android,etc.
Scarface007, 25 Feb 2020And that 1gb ram is for ultra budget phones. Most 200 dollar phones these days have 4-6gb RAM Yes, basically my point preferring iOS' own memory management which is pretty good but iOS devices have "hard-ceiling" with their hardware which they only include the bare minimum (storage space and memory to name a few relative to competitions at the same pricepoint) that they can get away with especially their RAM.
I'mPhone, 25 Feb 2020Running both an iPhone 11 and realme X2 Pro.
The iPhone 11 is still faster/better than my X... moreYou are the Apple fanboy that has been posting here for months.
Now you have a Realme X2 Pro. Yeah right.
Scarface007, 25 Feb 2020Lol the one plus 7t takes half the time in cross platform video rendering apps simply because ... moreCross-platform apps, that's the issue right there and not the OS. It's more of developer issue than being the fault of the OS. When the developers chooses cross-platform design, performance suffers. They should code native for full performance using iOS' Metal.
This is the reason why comparing non-native apps between different platforms were a moot point.
DroidBoye, 25 Feb 2020Well it depends. I have an iPad Air once and gave it to my sister after a month. For instance,... moreAnd that 1gb ram is for ultra budget phones.
Most 200 dollar phones these days have 4-6gb RAM
DroidBoye, 25 Feb 2020iOS is not the bottleneck but iPhone's heat dissipation is just worse compared to iPads but th... moreLol the one plus 7t takes half the time in cross platform video rendering apps simply because those apps are not optimized well for iOS.
Nothing to do with heat dissipation.
Tons of other things explained all over YouTube showing how iOS is the biggest bottleneck to the potential of the chipset.
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2020??? What can't you do on iOS.
iOS can multitask just fine.Well it depends. I have an iPad Air once and gave it to my sister after a month. For instance, I like to write documents while researching and thought that an iPad Air is the most convenient choice but, oh boy, it wasn't. I remembered that it can't sustain 4 Safari tabs opened without the other one reloading while Pages is on the background. I then checked the logs and voila! Lots of out of memory logs. Lol.
I liked how iOS handles OOM situations well because if I'm using Android with 1GB RAM, I would've seen apps force-closing instead of just reloading.
I'mPhone, 25 Feb 2020Running both an iPhone 11 and realme X2 Pro. The iPhone 11 is still faster/better than my X... moreiOS is not the bottleneck but iPhone's heat dissipation is just worse compared to iPads but this does not mean that iPhones are slower than Android. There's still a huge disparity with Bionic and latest Snapdragons in terms of raw power, software and hardware integration.
Scarface007, 25 Feb 2020A13 well exceeds the SD equivalent in Raw power is true. But, it's useless since the whole ch... moreiOS can utilize the Bionic well. The problem with iPhones were their poor thermal dissipation capability which limits the SoC's full power on long sustained loads. On iPads that also uses iOS, the SoC can do long sustained peak load due to a much better heat dissipation.
Future Leader, 25 Feb 2020Multitasking.. Forget Note 9, even android 4.2 can do it what the latest iOS can't??? What can't you do on iOS.
iOS can multitask just fine.
Optional, 25 Feb 2020Name some things what iphone 6s can't do compared with Note9. But things which would be import... moreMultitasking.. Forget Note 9, even android 4.2 can do it what the latest iOS can't
Scarface007, 25 Feb 2020A13 well exceeds the SD equivalent in Raw power is true.
But, it's useless since the whole ch... moreActually. The A13 is not at all better than the SD 865. Even my 855+ with UFS 3.0 is monster vs the A13.
iOS does ruin the maximum capacity of the A13. Also...
Apple revealed the potential of the A13. But... Only if the chip is cold. And a short burst.
Apple has no cooling. And once it starts warming up. The A13 throttles pretty bad. For every equation. The A13 takes an average extra time of 13 seconds for a 1 minute equation when hot. That's quite a bit of throttling.
Therefore to place a chip capable of gaming. But to add a mere 60hz screen and just 120hz touch sampling... With no cooling. Is either overkill for WhatsApp... Or just to delicate and poorly thought out or simply not designed for heavy gaming. So apple... Until they build a proper gaming phone is simply a waste of time.
I still prefer the 855+ over the A13... And the 865 kills the A13.
MagicMonkeyBoy, 24 Feb 2020iPhone 4 design... Not impressed. Even with 120hz... Still the iPhone 12 even with A14 5nm wil... moreOh look, its the monkeyboy that's spewing rubbish once again.
The X60 5G modem, as the name suggests, is a module that is used for 5G data communication, it is not an SoC. Phones don't run just on the X60 5G module alone.
The announcement on X60's design was just released this week, with the X55's just hitting the market in 2020 and here you are talking about X60 going into the mass-production phase already? Did you even read about Qualcomm's statement on X55 and X60?
Next, you are trying to justify that Andriod counterparts are ahead of the finfet architectural game when it's evident that Apple has already green-lit TSMC to start producing the A14 SoC (based on the 5nm) for this fall. Whereas the SD865 is still based on 2nd generation 7nm+. And Qualcomm usually announces their next-generation SoCs in the Nov/Dec period.
Also, if you had ever bothered to do some reading, Qualcomm has already released a press statement that the X60 modems are also to be used in iPhones slated for 2021.
So stop making a fool out of yourself with all these unsubstantiated hate comments on every Apple-related news without prior reading.
Scarface007, 25 Feb 2020>>For 90% of users those numbers don't mean anything, they just want stable, reliable ph... moreName some things what iphone 6s can't do compared with Note9. But things which would be important to regular user.
I know there's difference I almost everything but let's just check things what you would use on daily basis.