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    Default bb10 boot up is fast

    gone are the days of the 10min bbos boot ups.

    i just had a quick preview of the bb10 and z10.

    i wants now!!!

    its coming!!! only 38 more sleeps!

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    So how quick was boot up then?
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    Yes, how long was it?
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    Dude! Ballpark us! 30 secs? 20 secs? 10secs? 45 secs? HOW FAST is FAST?!?
    For the love of God, man! Yer killen' us, here!!
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    Default Re: bb10 boot up is fast

    Even quicker than the Playbook?

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    What I saw is between 30 and 45 seconds.
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    That's cool. Hope that's not the time it takes to wake from sleep

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    You know this how?
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    Default bb10 boot up is fast

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobert_123 View Post
    You know this how?
    i know this because i watched a z10 boot up and had it in my hands?

    you dont need to believe me if you want... i dont care.

    i think it boot was around 30-45 secs.

    boot up screen reacts to touch. when you touch the screen it shows the boot up %.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeberry View Post
    That's cool. Hope that's not the time it takes to wake from sleep

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobert_123 View Post
    You know this how?
    I played with the unit for 5-10 minutes.
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    Anyone know how 30-45 seconds compares to the iPhone 5 and SG3?
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    Iphone5 is instantaneously. I only know this because of all of my friends who own it have showed me. Iphone5 is quick I will definitely say that
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJM626 View Post
    Iphone5 is instantaneously. I only know this because of all of my friends who own it have showed me. Iphone5 is quick I will definitely say that
    ...from a complete shutdown/reboot? I doubt this. I will check with my daughter when she gets home with her iPhone5 at 6:30pm EST.
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    This video is showing around 20 seconds for an iphone 5 boot up.
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    Default bb10 boot up is fast

    iPhone 5 is around 24 sec and 4s is 34sec
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    Default bb10 boot up is fast

    Besides boot times are easy to fix and only load essential services first and a delayed start on everything else. Reason the playbook takes forever is the fact it loads everything all at once.
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    Ok, so BB10 seems comparable to the competition.

    It's something existing BB users can appreciated as it's a HUGE improvement for them, but it's nothing worth advertising in general.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SparkyBC View Post
    Besides boot times are easy to fix and only load essential services first and a delayed start on everything else. Reason the playbook takes forever is the fact it loads everything all at once.
    Agreed. If we look at the 40sec mark in the post 15 video, he touches an iPhone 5 app 2 times and nothing happens. It's not completely ready.
    I don't consider a device boot complete until I can use anything and everything on it that I want/need.
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    I am happy as long as it's under a minute.
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    Anything faster than the playbook is an improvement. On the dev alpha, there was a build where the bootup was very very fast (like 20 seconds fast). Hopefully the final release build of bb10 will be closer to that...
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    does it really matter if its not quite as fast as the iphone or androids? its a heck of a lot better than the 5+ it took most of the old java OS BBs took. Anything under 1 minutes is great in my book
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    seconds dont matter. coming from my long list of devices if it is under a minute i am a happy camper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by berklon View Post
    Anyone know how 30-45 seconds compares to the iPhone 5 and SG3?
    I just did a test on my iPhone 4S. It booted in 25 seconds.

    I'm personally less concerned with reboot times in this day and age because my devices don't reboot in terms of practical day-to-day use. I'll only reboot my iPhone, iPod or PlayBook if they start acting funny. None of them need to reboot when installing an app like my old BlackBerry phones did so I'm seldom seeing a reboot screen on any of them in comparison.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluetroll View Post
    i know this because i watched a z10 boot up and had it in my hands?

    you dont need to believe me if you want... i dont care.

    i think it boot was around 30-45 secs.

    boot up screen reacts to touch. when you touch the screen it shows the boot up %.

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