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Java’s portability range is impressive: It scales from the biggest systems with massive amounts of memory and CPU to the smallest, low coque galaxy j7 spigen power processors that are highly resource constrained. iphone 11 case review The only thing they need in common is a JVM, and the code is essentially portable between these systems with minor modifications. There are different types of JVMs, such as server side (J2EE), Java Standard Edition on PCs and Macs (J2SE) and Java Micro Edition (J2ME) which was once used on dumb cell phones and the classic BlackBerry. Each of these types of JVMs have different performance and resource utilization profiles because they are targeted towards different types of systems. Android’s JVM implementation as of version 5.0 and up is known as the Android Runtime (ART). ART is specific to Android and is not historically Java bytecode compatible for reasons that have little to do with engineering and more to do with software licensing. Google is now embroiled coque galaxy j3 portugal in a legal quagmire with Oracle over it, and is in the process of actually making it more Java like in the forthcoming Android “N” to address their legal situation. I leave it here for coque iphone 5s le labyrinthe your consideration. coque huawei p9 Now that you’ve read that long wind up, here is the min in the box coque iphone 5s pitch: JVMs are well suited to many things, but they are rather resource intensive. Google has done a great deal of engineering work to make ART more efficient than its predecessors, such as compiling to native code during time of installation, but Android apps written to ART are still considerably more resource intensive than their iOS counterparts, which are compiled using other languages such as C, C++ and Objective C. This approach does not extend to games, which are for the most part written in C and C++ on Android the same way they are on iOS. However, the user land processes in Android also run on ART which also are more resource intensive. So that adds a lot to the overhead. Because of this compound overhead, Android devices need to have a lot more memory and more CPU cores than their iOS counterparts to run similar types of applications. Adding additional CPU cores and RAM adds to the overall Bill of Materials (BOM) coque iphone 5 c adidas of the Android OEM and contributes significantly to the manufacturing complexity and cost for whoever is making/developing the actual silicon. This cost trickles down to you, the consumer that is buying the products made from these components. So to get similar levels of real coque iphone 4 personnalisable silicone world performance out of an Android phone compared to an iPhone, you need to at least double the amount coque galaxy tab s5 of RAM and add a lot more cores. 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