IPhone 7 Plus is more powerful than the iPhone 7 as a benchmark - CYDIAPLUS.com


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Friday, 9 September 2016

IPhone 7 Plus is more powerful than the iPhone 7 as a benchmark

After the presentation of the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus last September 7th, we were clear several good opportunities to Apple: removing headphone jack classic, improved camera, attempted double front speaker , the protection IP67 and a step towards a new generation of more powerful mobile processors.

After listening to all the keynote none became clear to us, as usual, nor the number of mAh battery of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, or the amount of RAM memory which supports the A10 Fusion for that amazing performance in iOS 10. it has now been a benchmark which has leaked some pretty enlightening numbers.

Apple never reveals the RAM of your devices, although many performance tests that bring to light this data days after the presentations. This time, a benchmark with TENAA certificate confirm that the iPhone 7 Plus has 3GB of RAM and not two as had been speculated during the keynote.

Throughout the year, they had followed rumors that the iPhone Big Brother 7, the Plus model would come with more RAM. It is clear that, compared to many terminals last batch of Android panorama (4 and 6 GB of RAM), not have to do anything, but its performance has nothing to envy the best on the market.

Without going any further, the iPhone 7 has 2GB of RAM and still at the top overall performance versus competing devices folding it in RAM and number of cores in the processor. The A10 Fusion chip is a revolution to bend to 4 cores. Two of them are at lower clock speed and are responsible for maintaining the active device in standby. The other two cores are 40% faster than the A9.

In this benchmark shown as the iPhone 7 Plus sheds 3233 points for the use of one of the cores and 5363 for performance of the four cores. In this type of test is usually display device other internal data, so below we see in 'memory' (RAM) appear to us 2996 MB (3 GB).

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