On the Internet there were results of the first testing of new iPhone, presented yesterday. Three new devices – Xs, Xs Max and Xr – were equipped with six-core processors A12 Bionic, which promised a performance gain of at least 15%.
The “budget” iPhone Xr with a 6.1-inch LCD screen scored 4754 points in a single-core test and 9367 points in a multi-core test. It should be noted that the model has 3 GB of RAM instead of 4 GB of RAM from the flagship Xs and Xs Max.
The largest novelty has shown itself a little better: 4813 and 10266 points in single and multi-core mode, respectively. The test results of the 5.8-inch iPhone Xs are not, but they should be almost identical to the Xs Max model.
Judging by the results, the biggest jump in performance of A12 Bionic is seen in single-core mode. For example, last year’s iPhone X with A11 Bionic processor scored in this format 4055 points and 10375 in a multi-core test.