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Android Tops iPhone In Browsing Speed 52% Faster Than Apple iPhone On Average

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  1. budney

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    Android Tops iPhone In Browsing Speed - 52% Faster Than Apple iPhone On Average | DSLReports.com, ISP Information
     
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    Oh Oh here we go again.:rolleyes::D
     
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    Study comparing Android to iPhone Web browsing speed flawed
     
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    Interesting. It seems the iPhone "default" browser behaves differently (ie: slower) than the Safari browser. And it seems iPhone developers have been complaining about this for some time with no changes made by Apple:

    Apple handcuffs 'open' web apps on iPhone home screen ? The Register
    Since both the default browser and Safari and packaged into evey new iPhone, it's kind of strange why Apple "tweaks" the Safari browser to perform better and kind of "ignores" the performance of the default browser? :confused:

    The Register has a "conspiracy theory" that Apple purposely does it to make developers contribute to the Apple Store:

     
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