Wednesday, September 19, 2012

First IPhone 5 Benchmarks: Screaming Fast, Yes, But Just Shy Of Milky Way S III

The iPhone 5′s A6 processor is a powerful, super-speedy beast, according to benchmarks of the stirring handset that showed up on Geekbench on Sunday.

The iPhone 5, labeled as iPhone5,2, scored a 1601 on Geekbench's scale. For comparison, the iPhone 4S , that runs on an A5 processor,scored an median of 629, and the A5X-powered third-generation iPad averaged a 766.A map out for stream iOS device benchmarks is existing here .

Although the iPhone 5 dejected its iOS predecessors and many heading Android gadgets , it fell partial of the the quad-core Samsung Milky Way S III, that scored a 1723.

PrimateLabs' John Pool concurred to MacRumors that these early iPhone 5 results could be calculated but that, formed on what you know of the iPhone 5 processor thus far, they look legit.According to the results, the A6 is a dual-core 1.02 GHz ARMv7 processor with 1 GB of RAM.

You can look for the full examination of the iPhone 5 in the coming weeks.

around MacRumors

Image: Geekbench

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