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Alleged benchmark of the next iPhone indicates 10% higher performance and 4GB of RAM

As we know, every year the new iPhones are equipped with the latest generation of chips, which obviously increase the performance and speed of gadgets of Ma. Interestingly (or not), the French website iGeneration released an alleged result of benchmark of the next iPhones, which indicates improvements in performance and denounces that the new device (at least this supposedly tested iPhone) has 4GB RAM.

Supposed iPhone 11.2 benchmark

Under the name of iPhone11,2, the alleged measurements show some incredible results for the possible processor A12, from Apple. Among these, tests for the single core show a score of 4,673 points, while for the multiple cores it reaches 10,912 points.

In terms of comparison, the A11 Bionic chip (present in iPhones 8, 8 Plus and X) has a score of 4,206 in the test single-core and 10,128 in the multi-core; this indicates that the new processor will be approximately 10% faster than the last and current generation.

In addition, benchmarks supposedly indicate improvements in the Metal graphics engine that equip these devices. With a score of 21,691, this year's iPhones are expected to outperform the model flagship da Ma, which obtained a score of 15,234.

As we have already mentioned a few times (1, 2, 3), Apple should launch three models of iPhones this year: the successor to the iPhone X (with a 5.8 ? screen), an intermediate model (with a 6.1-inch LCD display) ? And with lower cost) and, finally, a ?Plus? model (with 6.5 ? OLED screen).

However, it is not possible to check which model the supposed benchmarks refer, since Apple must release each model under a different code. What can we assimilate, based on rumors from the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, that only iPhones with OLED display should have 4GB of RAM, a fact that removes the possibility of benchmarks represent the supposed intermediate model.

Furthermore, it is not possible to confirm the veracity of the results, since there is a possibility that the scores and the device used may have been falsified for these tests you will know. However, it is data that leaves a flea behind the ear about the possible characteristics of the notorious new iPhones, even because it is not a result of another world and is quite consistent with what we usually see.

via VentureBeat