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But for now, the Skitz at a speed test. All right. We kick things off by starting the stopwatch is on each phone and then jumping into the first row.
We’re right off the bat. The 11 pro is able to pull ahead, loading both Facebook and now Starbucks at a slightly faster rate we move on to Microsoft Word. Each one will have to load up the exact documents where the 11 pros just blew through it already working on Excel with it, loading that Excel sheet before the success is able to finish up with the word.
So a difference. early on in the speed test, we’ll see the success can do a better job here and excel where from the looks of it might be falling even further behind with it taking almost eight seconds longer to complete the task.
But it does finally joined the Eleven Pro in the second row with its starting to edit a photo here in SNAP Seed, while the eleven pros is a full up ahead of it. Working on exporting clip in Adobe Rush, which is one of the most intensive tasks in this entire speed test. And one where we might see the biggest difference, considering much progress Apple has made in there, a series of chips.
So the iPhone Eleven pro moves on to the gaming row, we’ll get to see how the iPhone 6, does here in Adobe Rush, where it’s struggling even before the export task, with it taking significantly to open the video project itself. And exporting the article you would expect, it’s doing so at a rate, I will say for a phone it this old it’s doing a little bit better than I thought it would.
But that’s not to say that it’s anywhere close to the 11 pros with the 11 pros almost done with the gaming row the iPhone success is just barely getting started with it, which is incredible when you think about it. Dipole’s success was the undefeated speed test Tampa back in 2015, with it destroying all of its competition in 2016 and even beating some bones in 2017.
So to see this big of a difference with the iPhone Olympio pro finishing the first stop before the success is even halfway through the gaming row. It just goes to show you how far smartphones have come and we’re not even done with the success of loading subway surfers flip diving and fit the fat at a rate.
The iPhone 11 able to finish laps before the success finishes with the first, which would be kind of considering the first phone to ever lap another phone here. A phone buff was when the six asked did it to the Node seven. But with iPhone success finishing up with the gaming row and moving on to the lightweight apps in the bottom row, the former champ certainly going to make it easy.
And with D11 pro failing to keep snap, he’d fully ready to go, and with it failing to keep Excel open. It’s gonna be close. However, it does look like the Eleven Pro is reopening these last few apps in the second lap faster than the iPhone 6, is loading the lightweight apps in the first lap, which again just goes to show you how far the iPhone has come, which was far enough for it to finish the entire test before the iPhone success finished the first lap, with the success taking 5 extra seconds to do so.
We’ll go ahead and fast forward through the second lap where. It’s two gigabytes of RAM, the iPhone success was only able to keep those bottom four apps open in the background without having to reload every single one of the other apps, causing it to finish the entire test in a painfully slow four minutes and 43 seconds, over two minutes longer than it took the iPhone 11 pro Macs. So incredible to see how much faster the iPhone has become. Anyways, that is it for me in this article.