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iPhone 6s demonstrates record performance benchmarks

Apple is yet to officially introduce the iPhone 6s, and the Network has already appeared the test results of the smartphone in the benchmark Geekbench. This test is conducted by Primate Labs edition, assesses the performance of the processor and system memory.

From the benchmark it follows that iPhone 6s runs on a hardware platform Apple A9 dual core processor at 1.8 GHz. Data on the frequency of the processor became known for the first time. The Apple A8 chip in the iPhone 6 operates at a clock frequency of 1.3 GHz, the iPad tablet – 1.4 GHz, iPod touch – 1.1 GHz. Rumors that the new flagship will be equipped with 2 GB of memory was confirmed. Managed to make sure that your smartphone uses the mobile platform iOS 9.

According to the results of the tests, the iPhone 6s is significantly superior to the performance of its predecessor. 4.7-inch smartphone release of 2015 showed in “single core” 2248 test scores, and multi – 4036. The performance modifications of the previous generation – 1610 and 2883.

For comparison the result of the flagship Samsung Galaxy S6 based on an 8-core processor Exynos 7420 in the same benchmark are 1204 points for “single core” mode and 4107 – in use all cores.

The announcement of the iPhone 6s will be held on September 9. The appearance of smartphone this year will remain unchanged, but the device will get a solid hardware stuffing. To effectively enforce resource-intensive applications without delay iPhone helps new single-chip platform and doubled to 2 GB RAM. And the fresh wireless chip MDM9635M from Qualcomm will make potentially available data transfer speed LTE 300 Mbps.

The ability of the screen to recognize different degrees of depression will become a key feature of the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus from the previous generation.

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