Why am I getting storage differences between OS X and iOS?

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I'm currently writing several dozen binary data files on OS X that can be read on iOS devices. Here's my following structure:
struct poiStruct {
    double latitude, longitude;
    char titleString[41];
};
The only problem with this is that its occupying 64 bytes on OS X and 60 bytes on iOS. Does anyone know why this is happening?

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Provides microprocessors for many of the Android phones that compete against the iPhone A 64-bit processor handles data in bigger than 32-bit processors, faster PCs have had 64-bit chips until Apple introduced the iPhone 5s no one put one in a smartphone

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