Have any of you wondered which iPod Touch is fater with safari?

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  1. dagr8est

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    That's not a big surprise that (SPOILER ALERT!) the 2G is faster.
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    Yeah, I made this video since people for some reason thought that the 1G was faster :/
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    Who would have guessed the newer technology and faster processor would be faster!!
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    Yeah, dude! You should look at version 1.0 of the speed test with all the stupid comments I got lol
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    Wow, the 2G iPod touch certainly has much faster Safari loading times than the 1G... The difference can be as long as nine seconds!
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    Cool vid. Was it me, or did the 1G seem to slow down quite a bit more as more tabs were opened? At first it only seemed a couple seconds behind, but as more tabs opened, it seemed to have a harder time loading.
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    the antennas already receive information faster than the device can handle. and Since the 2G has a higher clocked processor. It can interpret the information faster.
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    Yeah, the processor on the 2g is clocked at 532MHz while the 1G is clocked at 412MHz which really benefits the 2g with tasks.

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