Both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus come with Apple’s new A8 processor, and the guys over at AnandTech have been running some benchmarks on both handsets.
It would appear that Apple has made some major changes to the Apple A8 processor over the Apple A7 processor, and both handsets have performed well in benchmarks.
AnandTech ran various benchmark tests on both models of the new iPhone, and both handsets seem to outperform the majority of other devices on the market at the moment.
When Apple announced the new iPhone handsets, they said that the new A8 processor would provide around 25 percent more processing power and 50 percent more GPU power than the previous model.
What is also interesting is the battery life of both handsets, considering the size of the batteries in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, both devices appear to perform well.
As one can see, it seems that Apple has managed to do something quite incredible with battery life. Normally an 1810 mAh battery with 3.82V nominal voltage would be quite a poor performer, but the iPhone 6 is a step above just about every other Android smartphone on the market.
Head on over to AnandTech at the link below to see some more benchmarks of how both models of Apple’s new iPhone smartphones performed.