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Updated On 02-10-2019 12:41:41 ISTUpdated On 02-10-20192019-10-02T07:10:05.747Z02-10-2019 2019-10-02T07:08:54.879Z - 2019-10-02T07:11:41.083Z - 02-10-2019
Popular tech channel Phone Buff recently conducted a real-time speed test between two of the most premium phones in the market- iPhone Pro Max and Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. While it was obvious that one phone or the other had to win, it was the margin that shocked all.
It has become a habit of sorts for everyone to see Apple basically destroy its competition in terms of loading and smoothness. However, when iPhone Pro Max met Samsung's flagship Galaxy Note 10+, the results were a bit shocking.
As per a report by BGR, “As you can see in the screenshot above, the iPhone 11 Pro Max handily beat the Galaxy Note 10+ in the first “lap,” where a sequence of apps is opened in the same order on both phones. This lap tests how quickly each phone can perform under a heavy load. In the second lap, where the same apps are opened once again in the same order, the Galaxy Note 10+ pulled ahead when it beat the iPhone 11 Pro Max by a huge margin of 16 seconds.
The second lap tests how well a phone holds apps in RAM and recalls them from memory, and clearly, the iPhone 11 Pro Max falls short in this department. And unlike the speed test we showed you on Monday, the iPhone 11 Pro Max in this video is running iOS 13.1. Our minds immediately go back to 2017, when iOS 11 has serious RAM management issues that hindered the performance of Apple’s iPhone 8 and iPhone X lineup. In fact, the problems were so bad that Apple’s iOS 12 release was focused almost entirely on bug fixes, optimizations, and performance enhancements to the point were several big new features were delayed.”
As mentioned, does Apple’s iOS 13 and iOS 13.1 have similar RAM management issues? From the looks of it, this appears to be the case as these real-world tests shows.
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