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Nothing to do with the chips, all to do with the compiler used.Get the K1 64 bit to run IOS and likely it runs at 3 times the speed of the A8.All tests are artificial in some way.e.g. AMD was always crippled in tests because the testers used an Intel compiler !You are never comparing like with like.
Its about getting what you pay for, not the leftovers from what is left of all the add-ons paid for externally. You can bet your dollar on those leftovers being a tinier amount of data for your money plus ultra slow speed too.
The reality is that whilst both nVidia and Octacore chips are technically many a mile ahead of Apples usage of ARM, it is Apple who have the lowest costs but biggest bull..
So did TLC use come to fruition in the 128GB iPhone ? 750 writes for TLC is low so anything that improves without causing problems is a nice cash saving.
Yes, opt-in is the right way to go but when shove comes to push, it is all about the money. Ubuntu needs it far more than Apple so for them, they really need you to opt in to survive.
And that is why Google ads make money.Apple currently is a 'luxury brand' so if they want to stay relevant outside the US whilst keeping their stonking profits then this income stream really matters. Sneakyness works too I bet.
Nah, Apple don't sell iAds, honest gov.
Both Spotlight and Microsoft Bing Live search on Windows catalogues your device to gain an advantage over Google. I expect that the more data they have on you the more relevant the search and thus selling iAds etc gets more lucrative. There is certainly no such thing as a free lunch, even with a premium cost device. Though the customer always seems part of that lunch menu.
But Apple plays the hobo shoving most their money into the ever so dodgy 'no fixed abode' status.
No, the Irish declared income is small. APple are using a Dutch Irish trick so most of their income has zero corporate tax. That means they paid zero UK and German tax instead of 21% and 30% respectively. It would be sensible for the EU to more than claw this back on behalf of the countries concerned.
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