iPhone 7(+) slower storage speed iP7 32GB ????

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  1. adroit11 macrumors member

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    does new 2018 ip7 still 8 times slower than 128GB model ????
     
  2. akash.nu macrumors 604

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    There’s no 2018 iPhone 7.
     
  3. BasicGreatGuy Contributor

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    The iPhone 7 32GB does have a slower read/write speed than the larger flash models.
     
  4. adroit11 thread starter macrumors member

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    you mean apple stop the product ip7 at the end of 2017 ?
     
  5. akash.nu macrumors 604

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    No, I mean it’s the same product they released in 2016. There hasn’t been any changes since.
     
  6. adroit11, Feb 26, 2018
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    Iam reading how 32 gb has 8 times slower write and read speeds than the 128 and 256gb model. what does that actually affect in real world use?
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  7. dmx macrumors 6502a

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    You probably won’t notice a difference. This is normal for any flash storage and not a design decision for Apple. If you measure side by side, certain apps might take a fraction of a second longer to load (very large files) but it’s nothing to sweat.
     
  8. BugeyeSTI macrumors 68030

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    You’ll never notice the difference.
     
  9. rui no onna macrumors 603

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    This. It's pretty much "How SSDs work."

    Mind, I did do a side by side install of Hearthstone (3GB?) on a 32GB and 256GB iPhone. Didn't really time it but I'd estimate the 32GB model took maybe 1.25-1.5x as long to install.

    Apart from that (and video exports), you wouldn't really notice a difference.
     
  10. jav6454 macrumors P6

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    No. All iPhones have the same read/write speeds. You only get read/write speed boosts via NAND parallelism which is not possible on any iPhone. Why? All iPhones only have 1 NAND chip.
     
  11. rui no onna macrumors 603

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    One NAND chip but you can have multiple dies within the chip. That offers parallelism, too.

    page -> block -> plane -> die
     
  12. jav6454 macrumors P6

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    While that is true, dies are usually made to fill the chip. Which means you already get max speeds on iPhones.
     
  13. rui no onna macrumors 603

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    Benchmarks suggest otherwise.

    PerformanceTest Mobile

    iPhone 7

    32GB
    Read: ~650 MB/s
    Write: ~40 MB/s

    256GB
    Read: ~900 MB/s
    Write: ~300 MB/s

    That said, not much difference in real world use.
     
  14. akash.nu macrumors 604

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    Not true. This has been discussed a lot on various reports and sites.

    Watch this.

     
  15. adroit11 thread starter macrumors member

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    so the read speed is same
    the write speed 10 time slower
     
  16. akash.nu macrumors 604

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    To be honest, unless you’re reading or writing a lot of data, in your day to day use you won’t see much difference.
     

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