A few hours before the official presentation of theiPhone 7, a benchmark would confirm the power of the smartphone. One of the last rumors about the iPhone 7 was about its processor A10. This information advanced by Ming-Chi Kuo, analyst for the company KGI Securities, indicated that this A10 processor could have a frequency of 2.4 or 2.45 GHz against 1.89 GHz for the A9.
The result of the benchmark appeared on GeekBench would confirm this increase in frequency. Of course, frequency is not everything, the architecture of the chip also plays on overall performance. L‘iPhone 7 therefore appeared under the reference “iPhone9.3” and the results look promising.
So, in single-core test, the result is 3,379 points against 2,480 for the iPhone 6Sis 36% better. And for multi-core results, it’s practically the same thing with 5,496 points against 4,184 for the iPhone 6S, or 31% better.
Information on this “iPhone9.3”Give a processor with two cores and an operating system iOS 10.1, which seems possible. Of course, such results can come from manipulation, but if they are correct, it is very promising. And it would be surprising if the iPhone 7 did not ramp up.