Originally Posted by samab
No, I didn't say that Apple needed to bring out third party developers on stage to demo third party apps that take advantage of improved speed in CPU/GPU --- just to prove that the new hardware...
When I consider an iPad I don't think about whether it can run Flash, if I want Flash I'd just consider some other tablets. The RAM size issue to me is about hoping iPad2 to be on par with iPhone 5 in terms of the running similar new...
Originally Posted by regan
For those saying 256g ram is not enough...then why can the new iMovie app run on the iPod 4g? Looks like it's fine according to apple. :-)
1. Just because a certain app can run on 256MB ram, doesn't...
Originally Posted by stelligent
Let's put it to the test. I still have my 3G, 3GS, along with my iP4. The 3G has 128 MB RAM and 3GS has 256 MB. I was able to install and run iOS 4.2 on my 3G (remember ...
Originally Posted by mjtomlin
iOS 4 runs on the iPhone 3G which only has 128MB RAM and it works fine, although it does not support multitasking. The CPU is also only clocked at 412MHz.
It does not work fine, at least from my...
Originally Posted by JustReelFilms
Funny how last year when people whined about iPad only having 256 of RAM while iPhone 4 had 512MB. So they wished iPad 2 to have double the RAM to be usuable, while I said why not 1GB?.
Originally Posted by dimitrir
Dual core CPU sounds like a marketing gimmick - since, unlike Android, iOS cannot multitask, second core will just sit there idle all the time.
All depends on whether the OS/app is optimized...
I think Apple should be able to keep the trademark 'App Store', but other companies should also be able to call their mobile apps 'apps', just not their app store 'App Store'. 'App' is generic, but 'App Store' IMO isn't.