A benchmark course made the iPhone 7 Plus reported that the A10 chip "runs 2.37 GHz" - CYDIAPLUS.com


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Wednesday, 10 August 2016

A benchmark course made the iPhone 7 Plus reported that the A10 chip "runs 2.37 GHz"

An alleged iPhone benchmark result 7 Plus has been published online list suggests that the A10 dual-core chip to be included in the next iPhones 7 Plus will own a clock frequency of 2.37 GHz in. Is it true or false?

The picture shows the iPhone 7 Plus with a score of 3548 taking into account a single core, with the result of the multi-core test device obtained 6430 points. For comparison, the iPhone 6s Plus had a score of 2485 in the benchmark single core, while testing multi-core scored 4341 points.

The 12.9 inch iPad Pro, which currently has the fastest mobile chip Apple, the A9X, 3224 and 5466 gave evidence points in single - core and multi-core. It is recorded that the A9X iPad Pro chip will clock speed of 2.2 GHz, which is slower than the A10 chip would be found in the future iPhone in July.


Comparing the scores, it is clear that the A10 chip inside the iPhone 7 Plus would be significantly faster than the A9 chip found in the iPhone 6s Plus and even the iPad Pro.

Apple has been pushing the limits of hardware performance of their devices every year since the iPhone 5 and it seems that the company will continue that trend with its A10 chip.

Interestingly, the benchmark Geekbench also reports that iPhone 7 Plus comes with 3GB of RAM. It will be interesting to see how Apple takes advantage of the extra power and RAM to be included in the iPhone 7 Plus.

But unfortunately the screenshot is false, as has been confirmed by the founder of Primate Labs and one of the developers behind Geekbench.

This does not remove the expectation we have on the power of the A10 chips and its ability to allow the iPhone 7 Plus photos processed faster dual camera lens, among other things.

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