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iPhone 4S gets hands-on video, may be twice as fast on web

10/10, 10:15am

iPhone 4S test shows web and Siri features

A contributor to AppVV in China has managed to get pre-release access to an iPhone 4S in a hands-on video (below) before it has even started shipping in earnest. The short clip shows it nearly twice as fast in the overall BrowserMark test at 89567 points. In the JavaScript-heavy SunSpider web test, it was even faster: it was nearly as fast as the iPad 2, which itself was four times faster than the original iPad and iPhone 4.

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iOS 4.3 testing: JavaScript on the iPad 2.5 times faster

03/09, 3:10pm

We bench iOS 4.3 in SunSpider

The launch of iOS 4.3 has brought a much improved web browsing experience through the Nitro engine for JavaScript, which until now was previously available only in Safari on the desktop. Electronista has benchmarked the original iPad using the official SunSpider test to see just how much speed comes from software alone. Read on for a comparison with iOS 4.2.1 and just how much faster the iPad 2 is expected to be.

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Early iPad 2 JavaScript benchmarks show 4X faster browsing

03/03, 2:25pm

iPad 2 4X faster in SunSpider web tests

Early tests of the iPad 2's web performance have suggested a major lift in speed over the original. The combination of iOS 4.3's Nitro engine in Safari with the dual-core A5 gave the newer tablet a SunSpider JavaScript completion time of 2121.7ms, or just over four times faster than the original iPad's 8594.9ms. SlashGear's benchmarks showd it excelling the most in a 3D raytracing test, scoring over five times faster, but also better than the average in access and cryptography tests.

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MeeGo outruns Android 2.2 in JavaScript tests

07/08, 9:50pm

Platform brings 50% improvement in tests

The Aava MeeGo development platform allegedly outpaces Android 2.2 in JavaScript tests. Carrypad was able to complete the SunSpider series of test operations in 4215ms on the MeeGo prototype, an improvement of approximately 1.5 seconds over a Nexus One running Android 2.2 and less than half the time it takes an iPhone 4 to finish the series.

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iPhone 3GS browser faster than Apple's tests, rivals

06/24, 4:25pm

iPhone 3GS Web Tests

The web browsing on the just-launched iPhone 3GS is fast enough that it not only beats immediate competitors but even Apple's own claimed testing, mobile ad provider Medialets finds. Using the same SunSpider JavaScript benchmark Apple has used to demonstrate the added speed, the firm says the faster iPhone took about 16.5 seconds to complete the benchmark, or just a third the time of an iPhone 3G with the same iPhone OS 3.0 release. The speed is well above Apple's general claim of having "2X faster" performance across its newer device.

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