Yesterday we got to see a video of some benchmarks on Apple’s new iPhone 4S, and now the first GeekBench benchmarks for the iPhone 4S have been revealed, which according to the guys over at Mac Rumors there is a significant increase over the iPhone 4.
The original iPhone 4 scored a GeekBench score of 370, the new iPhone 4S scored 622, which is slightly lower than that of the iPad 2, which scored 749 and also features the same dual core A5 processor as the new iPhone 4S.
We can expect to see a few more benchmarks, when the iPhone 4S goes on sale this Friday, but from what we have seen so far it looks like it is going to be quite a bit faster than the current iPhone 4.
Source Mac Rumors
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