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There's a chance that your laggy Google Pixel 2 XL could be replaced for free after Google has researched the possible causes for this bug
There's this particular little bit of the experience that has particularly bugged those who need to dip into their app drawer that has been paved over.
We’re all very critical of smartphone performance. High end phones are expensive, and ideally they should solve more problems than they create. Also, with each successive generation of phone, we expect a phone to do more and to do those new tasks faster than the previous generation of device.
We can benchmark processors, show off camera improvements, and listen to the audio output, but some aspects of our electronics are more difficult to test. There are also significant differences to account for when looking at devices from different manufacturers, or devices operating [...]
Just because iOS 9’s getting a quick take-up doesn’t mean people aren’t having a hard time wading through the curds and whey. While not on the scale of iOS 8.0.1 bad, we’re looking at some a crowd of countenance that iOS 9 is causing trouble of some sort. Since the new software push on Wednesday, Twitter has been able to tack iOS 9 as a trending topic with hundreds of thousands of volleys sent so far.
Let’s see what the iOS 9 hoopla is all about.
— Tony Bermudez (@BerMEWdez728) September 18, 2015
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Some claim that Android has always been laggy. Now, however, there seems to be proof that Android Lollipop is laggy - and a fix is on the way!
Mobile browsers have had to make many compromises to make the non-mobile web work on our handheld devices. One of those deliberately slowed down browsing.
Some say that Android is laggy. They're wrong, but the reasons why aren't simple. Read on to find out why Android isn't laggy, and who is really to blame.
We've criticized lag and stutter in mobile software for years. But is the presence of the occasional jitter or jump really a make-it-or-break-it issue?
Watch and learn about entropy and see if being a little less random can really speed up your system like a new app is claiming.