Alternative to NSTimer
JustinFic Wrote:The Sim doesn't come remotely close to mimicking the hardware limitations of the device. It's using your computer's CPU and RAM, so it was never really meant to be a gauge of your game's performance.I figured it might be smart enough to limit the CPU of the simulator, at least a little bit.
I have a related question - sometimes touches don't seem to respond for 5 or 6 seconds, even though my FPS does not drop at all. Does this mean I need to increase that 0.001? It's sort of odd that everything remains smooth but touches just don't respond.
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Alternative to NSTimer - demonpants - Mar 20, 2009 02:07 PM
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