Apple’s iPhone 11 event is literally a week away, but that doesn’t mean a few last-minute leaks aren’t available. A Geekbench test outcome has emerged to show iPhone 11 CPU statistics. In particular, this is supposed to be a benchmark for the’ iPhone12,1’–the successor of the iPhone XR.
The Geekbench score for single-core 5415 and multi-core 11294. If real, this would mean that the new iPhone lineup for single-core tasks is about 12% faster, but the multi-core result is essentially unchanged compared to the current iPhone XR scores.
The data from Geekbench looks valid, but there is always a tiny possibility that someone will upload false information to a service like this. This would be the lowest year-over-year jump in raw results of the iPhone CPU in latest history, assuming it is genuine. Nonetheless, the pace of Apple’s A-series chips still leads the sector, and Apple may have invested in chip efficiency increases to squeeze out additional battery life, rather than this moment around calculating power.
However, it confirms that the latest iPhone XR predecessor will have an extra RAM of 1 GB for a total of 4 GB. As Apple’s iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max phones already feature 4 GB of RAM, this isn’t too surprising, it was just the cheaper iPhone XR that lagged behind. So, if the iPhone 11 gets bumped up to 4 GB, it remains to be seen if Apple adds additional RAM to the iPhone 11 Pro line, also known as the iPhone XS ‘ next generation.
Note that only certain compute components of a’ CPU’ are tested by Geekbench and Apple can offer specific efficiency improvements that do not appear on benchmarks. For example, Bloomberg revealed last week that a’ matrix’ co-processor would be included in the new iPhone A13 chip to speed up certain activities. Typically, synthetic benchmark findings do not reflect the prospective performance gains from these kinds of additions.
The new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro product variety will be formally announced by Apple at a media event on Tuesday, September 10.