Apple will make their new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus official at a press event on Wednesday and now one of the handsets has been benchmarked.
The new larger iPhone 7 Plus has popped up on Geekbench, the handset is powered by the new Apple A10 processor and you can see the benchmark from Geekbench below.
The iPhone 7 Plus will come with a larger 5.5 inch display and the handset is expected to feature 2GB of RAM, although the benchmark above shows the device with 2GB of RAM.
Apple’s new larger iPhone 7 will also come with dual rear cameras, both cameras on the handset are said to come with 12 megapixels.
The device will also get a number of other upgrades and it will come with the latest version of Apple’s mobile OS, iOS 10.
The two new iPhones will be made official on Wednesday, they are then expected to go up for pre-order on this Friday the 9th of September and launch the following Friday.