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The Ultimate iPhone Speed Test On Every iPhone Ever Made [Video]
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The Ultimate iPhone Speed Test On Every iPhone Ever Made [Video]

3 Years Ago By Diana Adams

I remember several years ago when the best smartphone on the market was the iPhone. Nowadays there are so many good options that you really can’t go wrong regardless of which one you choose. If you have an iPhone 5, and if you are wondering whether or not you should get a 5S, this video will show you that you don’t have to. Well, that is if you are basing part of your decision on speed. This is an iPhone speed test with every iPhone ever made.

This video by EverythingApplePro is one of the best iPhone speed test videos I’ve seen, and I can only imagine how difficult it must have been to manage that many phones simultaneously. This is viral right now, and if you haven’t seen it, you’ll see why it’s so popular when you watch it. Even aside from the information it gives, it’s entertaining to watch them manage all those phones.

In this test, you’ll see every iPhone ever made race to see which is the fastest at shutting down, booting up, launching apps and loading websites. Based on this video, if you have a need for speed, there is really no reason to upgrade beyond an iPhone 5. You can read more about that here on Business Insider.

Of course, if the new gold color, fingerprint sensor or better camera are important to you, you might consider upgrading. But again, if you are basing your decision on speed, this test shows that the iPhone 5 is sufficient. With as successful as EverythingApplePro’s iPhone speed test are, I have no doubt they’ll make more as more iPhones are released. I’m looking forward to seeing them juggle even more phones in their videos. That’s going to be funny. Great job guys and congrats!

The Ultimate iPhone Speed Test

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Via: [Laughing Squid] [Business Insider]

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