Benchmark

Alleged 2018 iPhone Benchmark Shows 10% Faster A12 Processor, 4GB RAM

Spotted by the folks over at iGeneration (via MacRumors), a possible benchmark of a 2018 iPhone uploaded to Geekbench 4 on June 27 has given us an idea of how much faster Apple’s next-generation A12 SoC is as compared to A11, revealing 10% faster processing speeds with a single-core score of 4673 and a multi-core score of...

Apple’s A11 Bionic Chip in iPhone X on Par With 13-Inch MacBook Pro

Reported benchmarks of Apple's latest A11 Bionic system-on-chip design, which will appear in the upcoming iPhone 8 series and iPhone X, show some serious performance improvements. The benchmark results not only show that it is outpacing the current A10 and A10x chips, but it's even matching the performance of some 13-inch MacBook Pro configurations (in terms...

2016 MacBook Pro 13″ without Touch Bar Benchmarks Hit the Web

Performance benchmarks for the new 13” MacBook Pro without Touch Bar have started hitting the Geekbench website, revealing that the 2016 model while only slightly faster than than last year's base model, is much more energy efficient, MacRumors reports. Looking at the benchmarks, it appears the new MacBook Pro, with an average multi-core score of 6,970, is only 7%...

Primate Labs: Estimating Performance of Apple’s New 2014 Mac Mini

After going more than two years without an update, Apple finally updated its Mac mini lineup with Intel’s Haswell processors, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and PCIe-based flash storage options. The folks over at Primate Labs, known mostly for their cross-platform benchmarking tool called Geekbench, have decided to estimate the performance on the 2014 Mac mini and see...