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    Article: iPhone 5S: The Fastest Smartphone In The World, Smoking Samsung's

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    Funny isn't this test for the browser rather than the phone? Why are they not comparing it to BB10 I thought that was supposed to have a very fast browser, and no Windows phone? As this is from Business Insider are they trying to get Apple stock back up? Just wondering?

    I am either getting old and cynical or news articles (no matter what they are on) can no longer be trusted, people don't go out and report anymore (I am referring to various news channels, news papers etc)

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    Milliseconds matter...insert eye roll here
    lighten up...life's too short

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    Its so fast!
    Well, seriously, it is one of the benefits of a closed OS. They're able to optimize the device and that's great.

    Its that time of the year for iPhone bragging. It won't last too long....

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    Fast is in the blink of the eye of the beholder. Or something like that.
    Even if (I'm sure it is) faster, is it so fast that we really notice? Or is it slower? And in this case we don't notice, but it can be faster and we won't notice as much, or it can be slower in my eye but it's actually faster in yours. Or vice-versa. It's slower in yours and faster in mine. And then there's the bias of accepting the opinion of slow eyes on a fast phone or the bias of fast eyes on a slow phone.
    Got the message? No? Neither did I.
    And that sums it up. Phhhttt...meh!

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