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Discussion in 'iPad' started by max2, Feb 23, 2016.
What kind of storage does the iPad and iPhone use for their devices ? Like SSD, eMMC, etc ?
It uses flash, like SSDs have.
Similar grade, similar speed. Much faster than microSD for example.
Interesting thanks! No wonder why the iPad feels faster than a Surface 3.
That's also mostly due to running iOS rather than Windows.
Agreed with the above. Surface 3 uses SSD, but it's only one factor in a myriad of reasons why one device might be faster than another. Apple has invested TONS into software optimization for iOS (and OS X) to run on specific hardware. Android and Windows don't have the same luxury (because they both have to run on multiple types of configurations).
It depends on the interface. Flash is the medium for the technology. But the interface can make a big difference in the speed of the device.For example: Majority of Android phone have used a standard protocol called eMMC which is now i have at 5.0.Samsung is moving towards their format UFS.. According to Anandtech - it is perceived and theorized that Apple is using the PCIe protocol with NVMe which is closer to what newer SSD systems are or will be using. (Apple already uses PCIe interface for their macbook like).
Other hard drive manufactures use SATA. The interface and it's controller makes just as much of a difference than the actual memory itself.