Then he started to say why photoelectric was not classical and made this statements:
1) Increasing on radiation intensity only increases the number of electrons being emitted and intensity of the current measured.
2) Increasing the frequency only leads to faster electrons not to current's intensity.
My question was: But if more electrons are released in a same amount of time (faster electrons) i.e. They will travel the space between the plates faster that would not lead to a increasing the current? (He said no, and I still can't make out why.)
Edit: What confused me more was this equation from my electrodynamics course: $i=NAve$ Where $N$ stands for number of electrons per unit of volume, $A$ is cross-sectional area, $v$ is velocity of the electron and $e$ is the fundamental charge.