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PeaceKeeper is irrelevant unless you have 25Mbps+ internet, which isn't true in most households.

Peacekeeper could only be called 'irrelevant' in the case of desktop browsers, because their real-life speed differences are like milliseconds.
And we are discussing 4G phones here, keep that in mind. Whatever notions you may have about mobiles being slow should be old news by now. My last speedtest on the iPhone 5 at home on AT&T 4G LTE was 29.5 Mbps down. (Compare Galaxy Note on the same network: 37 Mbps)
Oh, forgot LTE.

I'd be afraid of sucking my data cap but good point.

Let me rephrase that: PeaceKeeper is irrelevant in most of the world.
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Susnpider is a L2/L3 test, and PeaceKeeper is irrelevant unless you have 25Mbps+ internet, which isn't true in most households.
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Oh, forgot LTE.
I'd be afraid of sucking my data cap but good point.
Let me rephrase that: PeaceKeeper is irrelevant in most of the world.

Direct quote from Futuremark's PeaceKeeper website:

"Your internet connection speed and network latency do not influence the score in any way."

http://peacekeeper.futuremark.com/faq.action
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SteeBom is having a field day with this , i bet he's grinning like a madman while typing those replies. biggrin.gif
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Susnpider is a L2/L3 test, and PeaceKeeper is irrelevant unless you have 25Mbps+ internet, which isn't true in most households.
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Oh, forgot LTE.
I'd be afraid of sucking my data cap but good point.
Let me rephrase that: PeaceKeeper is irrelevant in most of the world.

Direct quote from Futuremark's PeaceKeeper website:

"Your internet connection speed and network latency do not influence the score in any way."

http://peacekeeper.futuremark.com/faq.action
Yes, it will download it all before starting, like ALL web benchmarks should do.

However that's not true for real-world tasks.
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Nope. Apple designs their own SoC. The A6 and the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4+ are some of the only custom designed SoCs that don't just use a copy-license of ARM cores like everyone else but use their own custom architecture.
Don't be upset brah. It's not that had to figure out how to root phones in a couple seconds or flash a new ROM/IPSW to them.
I understand that but not everyone wants to root their phone for some freedom. I haven't had to, yet. Besides, you were the one who raged on me because I dared have an opinion opposite of your op.
Edited by Anti!! - 9/23/12 at 7:00am
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Yes, it will download it all before starting, like ALL web benchmarks should do.
However that's not true for real-world tasks.

Uhh, okay...the benchmark isn't about downloading anything. It's a test on the particular browser(which is already downloaded and installed on your device when you use it). PeaceKeeper tests a ton of different things in Java that apply to real-world scenarios. They're all listed on their website.

A great.
Many.
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Edited by Lost Prophet - 9/23/12 at 1:57pm
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I'd buy a 4,7" Android phone with 1mhz single core over any iPhone; any day.
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I'm still waiting on the side-by-side videos. So far, I know of none.
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SteeBom is having a field day with this , i bet he's grinning like a madman while typing those replies. biggrin.gif

No comments on the screen issues or scratched phones, or chipping anodized aluminum
    
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Please tell me how susnpider or peacekeeper are real world tests?
SunSpider tests commonly used Javascript and Peacekeeper tests the browser overall.
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SteeBom is having a field day with this , i bet he's grinning like a madman while typing those replies. biggrin.gif
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No comments on the screen issues or scratched phones, or chipping anodized aluminum
I've been sleeping. Anyway the scuffing (not chipping) may be a small issue but we'll see. The phone is pretty scratch resistant on the screen, and the screen issues are just some defective units. Do you realise they've probably sold like 4 or 5 million by now?

But... http://www.overclock.net/t/1308637/anand-the-iphone-5-performance-preview/160

It's super-duper-durable.

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