I saw an article some time ago that compared smartphones to the computers that had put mankind on the moon. I can't remember the exact comparison and I can't find an accurate comparison online, as they vary from site to site and essentially just confirm that "yes, smartphones are significantly faster than the Apollo mission computers."
According to Moore's Law: It's been 45 years since Man on the Moon. 12*45=540 months. 540/18=30. So in theory, processing speed has doubled 30 times since the 1969 moon landing?
I was just wondering if someone could be more precise. Like, is my iPhone faster than all of the computers used in the Apollo missions (combined)? Or maybe 100 times or 1000 times faster? I would like to directly compare the two if possible.