This iPhone speed test video shows the iPhone 2G vs. 3G vs. 3GS 4 vs. 5 vs. 4C vs. 5S. This Comparison Video shows the speeds of each of Apple’s devices in suggestion from beginning to the end! This iPhone Speed Test video really points out some interesting facts.
The image above shows all the iPhones that Apple has launched to date as seen in the iPhone Speed Test video. In the video show below, all the iPhones are put to the test. Each iPhone is evaluated by how fast it turns on, browses the internet and does other actions.
The most significant findings are listed below as seen in the iPhone Speed Test video:
iOS 6 Shutdown time was much faster the the new and “improved” iOS 7.
The 3GS did shut down the fastest which indicates iOS 6 running the fastest on it. The 3G and then 2G follow in the shutdown test.
When powering on these iPhones, the 5S starts fastest followed by the 5C then iPhone 5.
It is however interesting to note that the 4S is next and then the 2G starts up.
The iPhone 4, 3GS and 3G actually lag a little bit behind the 2G in the startup tests.
The processing power of the iPhone 5S is immediately seen in this video in the area of web browsing.
The iPhone 5S nearly immediately loads the front page of Apple.com. The other iPhone 5C, 5, then 4S late a little behind but do load fairly fast.
The iPhone 4, 3GS, 3G, and 2G iPhone models do however lag a little behind as can be expected by the underpowered processing power and over powered website that it’s being asked to load.
It is obviously evident that the iPhone 5S is much more robust then the other models. It’s m7 coprocessor does in fact help it get many jobs done faster.
In summary, nearly all the iPhones in the iPhone Speed Test video running iOS 7 run things fairly similar in speed with the exception of the iPhone 5S. The other models seem to load things faster and slower depending on the firmware. In fact in some tests the iPhone 2G preformed better because it has less onboard features robbing the processing power. The iPhone 3G is honestly one of the slowest iPhones ever made to date. When you get the 3GS you can see a definite speed increase.