Jeffrey laments the good old days when Megahertz was king.
There is no way to tell exactly when the war against specifications began, but I suspect Steve Jobs started it. We once compared RAM, hard disk drive space, and CPU speeds– remember Megahertz? Powerful computers meant powerful lists of specifications. Those days are gone.
What’s the clock speed of your iPhone’s CPU? Somebody knows. Most of us have no idea about the display’s refresh rate, either. Today’s iPhones are differentiated by storage capacity, display type, and the number of cameras.
I blame it on Steve Jobs, too.