Which is why it is interesting the WD drives transfer 1TB more than the Seagates.
Someone else pointed out that 360K was double sided double density disks, so yours probably was before that. I think that was the 90K single sided single density disks (the Apple ][s were superior during that time, being capable of 140K...
Seeing that the specific Seagate model they used have 128MB cache and the WD model had 64MB cache, I'm not sure how more cache makes it slower.
No no no! Any random Internet user's personal experience trumps any data you have!
Uh, if I remember correctly, PCs used both sides of the disk. Apple ][s did not.
Are you saying seagate doesn't have caching?
You know that. I know that. But since marketing want to play that way, let them...
Did you see that Google/Android developer who asked why does Android need a dual/quad core Ghz cpu to have the same level of performance as a 400Mhz iPhone 4 (this post was made last year or the year before, obviously).
Wow. Just how does your brain work? The point is that Apple's iPhone, using 2 cores at 1.3Ghz has comparable performance to high end Android phones running at 4 to 8 cores at twice the Ghz, and in my mind, that's superior performance.
Just which part of that argument do you not get?
And the second part - if Apple were to use the same amount of cores or Ghz as the competition, assuming linear scalability, their performance would be double or quadruple of similar high end Android phones.
Simply replacing Apple with Samsung doesn't make it true for Samsung.
You do not understand what "end-to-end encryption" means. The end isn't where ever you feel an "end" is. It's the other end that you are communicating with. That's why it's called "end-to-end" and not "end-to-middle" or "end-to-system" or any other variations.
Uh, a dual core 1.3Ghz cpu is "marginally superior" to phones running quad and octo cores at twice the clock speed?! You don't consider that superior performance?
If Apple were to create another version of their phone, but with 4000mAh to 8000mAh batteries (to support the extra GHz and cores without draining the batteries too fast), they can make their phones twice to 4 times as fast, just by upping the Ghz, or the number of cores, or both.
It's true!! It's all true!
There's a great website called LMGTFY...
But, as a FYI, Apple was one of the founders of ARM, so it stands to reason Apple would have access to any kind of licensing they wanted.
http://www.linleygroup.com/new... is from 2012, and is pretty accurate.
Did you not read the article where they quoted the actual terms of service that said you authorized them to create a profile for you automatically?
Why ask for extraordinary evidence when the site itself tells you it will do that?
Not just generated externally, but a way to confirm the private key is *NOT* sent to anyone.