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Not long to go until one of the biggest events in the tech calendar is upon us. But until then, we have a leaked iPhone 7 Plus benchmark to show you.
It’s a guarantee manufacturers will in some way make their next device quicker than the previous. The iPhone 7 is rumoured to be debuting a new chipset, the A10 processor. With the new chipset, predictions have stated the iPhone 7 will be have incredible processing power, and it looks like that might just be the case.
A Geekbench listing for a device dubbed ‘iPhone 9,3’ is speculated to be the iPhone 7 Plus. It impressively scored an average single-core score of 3379 and an average multi-core result of 5495.
In comparison the iPhone 6s Plus scored an average 2490 in single-core, and 4313 in our multi-core result. It nips at the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge’s heels, which scored a whopping 6359 in multi-core results.
The iPhone 7 Plus benchmark also reveals a dual-core processor, despite rumours pointing to Apple doubling up to quad-core. Apple are expected to launch a device that blows everything out of the water, seeing as we’re on a refresh cycle, which Apple does every two years.
An experienced analyst dropped even more details about the iPhone 7, with a ‘Piano Black’ colour to be introduced, impressive camera features and Apple Watch-esque water resistance.
We’ll know more on September 7th, when Apple is holding a press event in San Francisco. Stay tuned with What Mobile for more information on Apple’s latest and greatest.
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