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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by kokhoong0624, Oct 6, 2015.
Can someone verify this?..
Bigger storage = faster disk speeds?
See my thread on it here: http://forums.macrumors.com/threads...et-up-to-1800-mb-sec-read-speeds-now.1922631/
But yes, generally a flash chip has higher read/write speeds the bigger its capacity.
Thanks now I am tempted to get the 128GB model already...
Doesn't it make sense considering the history of the disk? Like the CD with 2x speed = 300kbps but a DVD 2x write speed is almost 3MB(or something close), isn't the write and read per portion a fraction of the overall disk size?
EDIT: wrong thread
How much would this affect user experience? If anything, perhaps the difference from 16GB to 128GB would perhaps be noticeable, but would the difference between 64GB and 128GB be noticeable?
Happy to have the 128GB 6s Plus!
A user likely wouldn't notice the performance difference from 64GB to 128GB. You may not even notice the difference from 16GB to 128GB without doing side by side comparisons.
Even the 16GB is significantly faster than old iPhones based on those numbers. I'm not sure the speed difference will be noticeable in the real world since our limit is more or less USB2