Apple’s new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones come with Apple’s second generation 64-bit mobile processor, the Apple A8, and now we have some benchmarks on this new Apple processor.
The iPhone 6 with the Apple A8 processor appeared in the GOU testing Basemark X suite, and you can see the handsets score below compared to previous versions of the iPhone.
as you can see from the benchmark, the iPhone 6 scored 21,204.26, which compares to a score of 20,253.80 for the iPhone 5S, this appears to be only slightly better than the iPhone 5S, for reference, the Samsung Galaxy S5 scored 23,501.
As yet Apple has not released the full specifications on the new Apple A8 processor, when the processor was announced, Apple said it would provide 25 percent better processing power and 50 perfect more graphics power.
The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus go on sale this Friday the 19th of September, we are expecting to see more benchmarks of the device later this week, and find out more details on the exact specifications of the new Apple A8 processor.
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