- Jun 13, 2015
interestingly; especially after ios 9 I have never seen a crash on my device apps works perfectly wheter native or 3rd party. Granted the animations are still choppy but it surely seems like bad codingNot slower, it's the crashes. Reviewing all the logs, all my crashes were due to device running out of memory, using the 6 for a month, no issues, same apps.
Dude, if you game or run intensive apps, at a higher resolution, CPU + RAM + GPU are stressed more. Granted GPU takes bulk, though CPU and ram is also impacted, simple basics.
The same CPU + ram + GPU in the smaller resolution 6, no issues .
If you got a retina MacBook etc, play around with resolutions and check the resources , usage etc.
hmm maybe.. maybee they realized while multitasking 1gb is not enough since like 3 years. I think its way more about the a9x which has double the performance of a9? 2gb was more than enough for everyday tasks. There is a reason ipad 2 with 512mb ram runs way better than ipad 3 with 1gig ram. It had underpowered cpu and gpu therefore bad performance. Stop this ram madness its not big of a deal. Android devices can run 2k displays easly with 2 gig ram. So can the ipad.You're telling me that programs that utilize the full screen with their own graphics (let's say a program that's creating/manipulating full screen images as you're using it) will run just as well on a device with 2GB of RAM as 4GB of RAM?
The iPad Pro is just an iPad with a bigger screen, you don't think the RAM bump has anything to do with the larger screen? To make programs that are using the larger screen run more efficiently? Why didn't they just leave 2GB in it?
Its not about pixel resolving. You can differentiate between 30-60-120 fps too. But there is always an optimal spot for it. Above 300ppi is more than enoguh which b my standarts equals to 60 fps. I used 2k displays extensively and never felt it was better than iphone displays. If it wont impact the gpu cpu at all and every app runs at that resolution I wouldnt mind using but I think there are lot more places apple and all other brands can improve than screen which somehow gets all the spotlight since 2014I have read in multiple places, including the following, that the human eye (a good eye, of course) can resolve up to 700ppi at 25cm:
If true, adding a 4K or even 5K pixel density screen to a 9" iPad would not surpass the eye's pixel resolving power. If anything, a higher resolution would merely make what you see in photos all the more realistic. To me, that is desirable and awesome, so long as the GPU can stay up to speed.