4GB RAM is sufficient for normal usage. The Android operating system is built in a way that automatically handles the RAM for various applications. Even if the RAM of your phone is full, the RAM will automatically adjust itself when you download a new app.
In SI, one megabyte is equal to 1,000,000 bytes. At the same time, practically 1 megabyte is used as 220 B, which means 1,048,576 bytes....GB to MB Conversion Table.Gigabytes (GB)Megabytes (MB) decimalMegabytes (MB) binary1 GB1,000 MB1,024 MB2 GB2,000 MB2,048 MB3 GB3,000 MB3,072 MB4 GB4,000 MB4,096 MB
Due to the way iOS is built, iPhones do not need to undergo “Garbage Collection” return used memory back to the device's RAM. For iOS, when an app is closed, the memory/data used by the app is RAM. Hence, no need for extra RAM for GC. Besides, Apple has more control over iOS than Google has over Android.
A 500MB data plan will allow you to browse the internet for around 6 hours, to stream 100 songs or to watch 1 hour of standard-definition video. Nowadays, the key difference between mobile phone price plans is how many gigabytes of data it comes with.
In India, the latest iPhones are also expensive because they are imported items and the government levies heavy duty on them. This means out of Rs 119,900 that Apple is charging for the iPhone 13 in India, almost Rs 40,000 are taxes it pays on the phone.
12 will be fine. IOS is extremely well optimized, its why 4gb iOS devices run circles around android with twice as much ram.
Averages will be lower than this, but for U.S. usage, I consider 300–500 GB a month to be normal, and 500–1000 GB to be high. Anything higher than 1000 GB a month takes some real doing to achieve, but it probably just means watching enough 4K streaming content.
A2A. Because iPhones don't run Android - they don't need terabytes of RAM to function normally. iOS is a Unix-based platform that uses ARC (automatic reference counting) which is vastly more efficient at allocating and deallocating memory as needed compared to Android's Java VM Garbage Collection.
Whereas Android memory is handled by the operating system, iOS memory is handled by the apps themselves. Instead of allowing apps to take up as much RAM as they want and freeing it when no longer in use, iOS apps automatically allocate and deallocate memory as needed.
iPhones suck due to the fact that you have to have money in your bank account inorder to get a free app Google you can have free apps and no bank account apple charges you for ringtones Android does not apple requirements need to have money in the bank just to pay for a update greedy company Android is free of charge
The iPhone 13 is priced at AED 3,399 that comes at about Rs 68,200, making the iPhone 13 more than Rs 11,000 cheaper in the UAE. Similarly, the iPhone 13 Pro is priced at AED 4,199 which comes at around Rs 84,300, making the iPhone 13 Pro over Rs 35,500 cheaper in the UAE.
The average person used 4.5GB of data per month in 2020, according to Ofcom's Communications Market Report 2021. That's a 27% increase on the 3.6GB used per month in 2019, which in turns is a 22% increase on the 2.9GB used per month in 2018.
Bookmarks can be exported from any browser and then imported to a browser on another computer. Bookmarks can also be exported from one browser and then imported into another browser on the same computer, such as exporting bookmarks from Internet Explorer and then importing them into Firefox or Chrome.
By default, Android phones are set to automatically retrieve and download files contained in multimedia messages (MMS). While there is no way to block multimedia messages without blocking the sender, you can disable auto-download.