Performance Test: iPad & iPhone 3.2 Vs iPhone 3GS & iPhone 3.0 Vs iPhone 2G & iPhone 2.0

News | Sunday April 4 2010 3:16 PM | Comments (0) Tags: , , ,

Craig Hockenberry, developer of
such as Twitterific,
has published a list of test results that offers interesting insights into the performance improvements that Apple engineers have managed to achieve with the iPhone platform.
iPad/iPhone OS 3.2 vs. iPhone 2G/iPhone OS 2.0
Hockenberrycompared the iPad running iPhone OS 3.2 with the original iPhone running iPhone OS 2.0.
While I expected the iPad/iPhone 3.2 combination to perform a lot (lot) better than the original iPhone /iPhone 2.0 combination, I was amazed to see that the performance is several hundred times faster.
iPad/iPhone OS 3.2 Vs. iPhone 3GS/iPhone OS 3.0
Hockenberryrepeated the tests by comparing iPhone 3GS/iPhone 3.0 combinationwith the iPad/
.Tests on the native performance of both the OS versions indicate that the iPad is nearly twice as fast as the iPhone . While tests indicated that the JavaScript performance on the iPad OS were slightly lower, the results are still note-worthy.
While performance improvements have been an industry-wide trend, these results show that there has been significant improvements in the iPhone platform since it was released in 2007, so kudos to Apple engineers.
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