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Thursday, 14 September 2017

The A11 chip of the iPhone X is as fast as a MacBook Pro



The iPhone 8, the iPhone 8 Plus and the trio star, the iPhone X, are equipped with a A11 six-core chip, which brings some major improvements over the iPhone's A10 chip. The chip is capable of getting on the same level than that of a MacBook Pro .

The first Geekbench scores for the iPhone X and iPhone 8 suggest that not only does the new A11 significantly outperform the A10, it outperforms the A10X Fusion in the iPad Pro and is on par with the chips in the latest MacBook Pro models of 13 inches of Apple .


In 12 Geekbench scans, the A11 chip scored an average single-core score of 4169 and an average multi-core score of 9836. However, individual scores were much higher with single-core scores touching 4274 and multi -core score in 10438.


Comparatively, the 10.5-inch iPad with the A10 Fusion chip has a Geekbench average single-core with a score of 3887 and a multi-core score of 9210 . The MacBook Pro's 13-inch 2017 dual-core 3.5 GHz has a 4592 score on a single core and a multi-core score of 9602, suggesting that the A11 outperforms multi-core tasks and is approaching the tasks of a single core.


The performance is even better compared to the low-end models MacBook Pro of 2017. The 2.3GHz machine has 4321/9183 ratings and the 3.1GHz machine has scores of 4227/8955.


On paper, the iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus will offer a much better performance than the iPhone 7 . This has an average single-core Geekbench of 3327 and a multi-core score of 5542.


According to Apple, the performance cores in the A11 chip are 25% faster than the A10 chip, while the efficiency cores are 70% faster than the A10 chip . The A11 chip is better at multitasking because a second generation performance controller is able to take advantage of all six of the cores simultaneously.


Although the iPhone X and iPhone 8 offer impressive Geekbench scores, how it translates into real-world performance is still to be confirmed. According to analyst Dan Matte, CPI improvements are " relatively modest " and Geekbench scores should be ignored .


Logically the tests that we will begin to see in different specialized channels and the tests that are carried out by the users will be the ones that will dictate definitive sentence on these supposed improvements . For now, things promise, and a lot.

Source : macrumors.com 

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