iPhone 5S vs iPhone XS Max Speed Test!



iPhone 5S vs iPhone XS Max Speed Test! Hello all and welcome to my Apple iPhone 5S vs Apple iPhone XS Max Speed test! In this video compare the 2013 Apple A7 CPU 5S to the 2018 Apple A12 Bionic CPU XS Max. 5S comes with 1GB of ram and XS Max comes with 4GB of ram. The intentions of this video is too see if there really is a 2X performance as the spec sheet would indicate. If you have one of these phones or both of these phones, please consider sharing your feedback with the community and enjoy the contents 🙂 Questions, comments, concerns, feedback, suggestions, please be sure to go ahead and post that down below in the comment section of this video. As always thank you for watching and be sure to be well and peace 🙂

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27 Replies to “iPhone 5S vs iPhone XS Max Speed Test!”

  1. 2cool4yothegamer

    I feel as app loading's that require the internet makes the entire test unfair due to the whole internet factor. As WiFi isn't always running at the same speed at all times. say the iphone 10 s max sends packets to your WiFi router, That router then has to send it to your ISP then your ISP sends the data your phone asked for back to the router for your router to send to your phone. See what i mean, There's so many areas where something may occur that could differ the results of the test your trying to perform

  2. Mayme Stanton

    I still have a 5s and I have been considering updating because it's my daily driver and the performance could be better. But, to this day, I am still impressed by my phone putting up with my heavy usage for such an original. Love the video!

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