I'll follow you around and keep telling you you're clueless since you want to keep making this invalid point. Please spend more time actually learning and less time voraciously consuming and misinterpreting benchmarks. Especially the ones with broken methodologies.
“MAWR RAMZ IS BETTAR!” has *never* been an absolute truth, but becomes totally specious comparing *between platforms*. At least try to actually learn how thread management works and how it differs between iOS and Android. Actually learn it, maybe even try a hand at coding, and then revisit your poorly formed opinion. Or just now pretend you're already “a dev" and already know, even though you're clearly not and dont.
Wut? That makes no sense. If you're talking about vs 8 and 12GB devices then you're talking about iOS vs Android which negates any assumptions about hardware. Thread management and thread eviction is completely different between the two OS'
Plus end of day, here in the real world, iOS feels consistently real world faster regardless. I use both an XS Max and a Note 10+ and as always, the Samsung device feels consistently less snappy. Benchmarks only matter for spec warriors who exclusively use their device to read and watch phone benchmarks. It's like bench racers in cars who can barely even drive.
Endless objective reports have been done showing that RAM on iOS barely matters based on *the range of RAM options available for iOS*, which is the only sound comparison. The best example is the 4GB vs 6GB iPad Pro.
Feel free to stay wrong and keep proving lack of experience by arguing an obvious point. I'm out.