Apps on the iPhone 5s Crash Twice as Often as on the iPhone 5 ans 5c

According to Crittercism (via AllThingsD), applications crash twice as often on the iPhone 5s than on the plastic iPhone 5c or even on the last-year iPhone 5. Surprisingly, this is all due to the flagship’s new 64-bit processor, which debuted in September. The apps running on the 5s have a crash rate of nearly 2%, while those on the iPhone 5 and 5c’s 32-bit chip - of about 1%.

A representative for Crittercism suggests that crashes are more likely to occur on the iPhone 5s because developers were unable to check compatibility with the latest iPhone and its new 64-bit A7 processor ahead of its launch. Testing for iOS 7 on 32-bit chips has been possible since the first beta was released at Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference in June.

Anyway, I hope that the developers will soon fix all the compatibility issues and iOS 7 on the iPhone 5s will become more stable.

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Written by Andrey

Saturday, October 12, 2013. 1:08

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