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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by DADDYDC650, Nov 2, 2015.
Download Phone Doctor Plus and run the storage benchmark.
Those are honestly insane. I just posted a thread similar time as you did, my 6S 16GB just scored about 60MB/s and 900 MB/s in that test.
For comparison, my 256GB Samsung 850 Pro SSD gets around 400MB/s write and 500MB/s read. For a mobile device that is insane (each sector is smaller on the iPhone which probably plays a role... but still). Will probably return it for a Samsung 950 Pro M.2 drive when it releases (1.5GB/s write and 2.5GB/s read )
What app allows you to run this test?
Phone Doctor Plus.
"iPhones are low-mid tier devices"
Lol yeah right.
I see a speedgate time a-comin'...
iPhone 6s 64gb
Won't let me upload screenshot for some reason.
Are there different flash drives on our phones? #flashgate
My 6s plus 64gb gives different results for every storage test. Generally speaking write is around 350 Mbps, read is btw 500-1200 Mbps. I guess it depends on status of system, processes running background etc. apart from that the app may have a bug.
Seems like the 16GB models have a write speed of about 100MB and 900MB read, 64GB are around 350MB write/1100 read and 128GB sits around 570 write/1175 read.
That seems really interesting and the 128 ones are almost twice as fast. My 64 does about 300/1100 but there does seem to be some fluctuation from test to test.
There's a LOT of fluctuation. All over the place.