Din nästa iPhone

John Gruber:

A new computer almost always feels faster than the one it replaces. In the old days, though, every few years you’d get a computer with not just a faster processor but a next-generation processor, and the resulting performance increase was dramatic. For the Mac, those were bumps like the first 68030s and 68040s, or the first batch of PowerPCs. For the PC, the 386, 486, and Pentium.

Based on information from informed sources, I believe the processor in the next-generation iPhone is going to be that kind of upgrade

Snabbare lär den garanterat bli. Men ingen ny processorkonstruktion i världen kan lösa problemet med att 3G-läget drar batteri som jag dricker öl efter en hård dag på bruket.

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