If you have ever analysed the specs of an iPhone and compared them to the high-end Android competition, you may then have wondered how an iPhone was able to compete when its specs are usually so much lower. Yet somehow iPhones are consistently faster than Androids. There are numerous reasons for this and in this post I will attempt to comprehensively list a few.
The A chip series:
Most smartphones run a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip, however iPhones use a chip that is built by Apple specifically for iPhones. That’s not to say that the chips used in other phones are worse, it is just that the A series chip, created by Apple, is designed specifically to fit well with all the software and hardware that Apple use in their iPhones.
One line of phones:
Apple has one lineup of phones…
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