Benchmarks

iPhone 13 Pro Max vs Samsung Galaxy S22 Benchmark Tests

Samsung unveiled its flagship smartphone lineup for 2022 — the Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra, at its Galaxy Unpacked event on Wednesday, with pre-orders starting the same day. Comprehensive performance benchmarks from PCMag reveal that the Galaxy S22+ and S22 Ultra, powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, eclipse all other Android devices the publication has...

Latest iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max Benchmarks Destroy the Android Competition

Tom’s Guide has released new benchmarks performed on their iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max review units from Apple, and their tests have concluded what the iPhone maker told us at their special event last week: A12 Bionic is the world’s most powerful mobile CPU. When it came to Geekbench 4 multicore performance scores, the...

Benchmarks Suggest A8X CPU in iPad Air 2 has Three Cores, 2GB RAM

According to an alleged benchmark of the new iPad Air 2 published on iphonebenchmark.net (via AppleInsider), the A8X CPU may feature a triple-core processor with 2 gigabytes of RAM. The source notes that based on Apple's IPSW files available to developers, the benchmark showing a new "iPad5,4” model appears to be a LTE-capable iPad Air 2. Another test published to...

Retina iMac 64-bit Performance Benchmarks [Geekbench]

Primate Labs has just published and compared the new Retina iMac 64-bit performance benchmarks with non-Retina iMacs. According to a 64-bit Geekbench 3 result for the Core i5 Retina iMac, it seems a bit faster than the other Core i5 iMacs, and competitive with the Core i7 iMacs in single-core performance. However, the Core i7 iMacs are up...

New 21.5″ Entry-Level iMac Benchmarks Released [Geekbench]

Earlier today, Apple unveiled a new member of its iMac line, a 21.5” entry-level model starting at $1,149 and already, we have the initial benchmarks of the new machine showing up online. According to MacRumors, the new iMac's relatively low 32-bit scores of 2820 in single-core mode and 5435 in multi-core mode are primarily due to the chip used...

Retina iPad Mini Benchmarks Reveal 1.29GHz Processor, Same Speed As iPhone 5S

Following the Retina iPad Mini’s launch this morning, the very first Geekbench 3 benchmarks have already hit the web and it seems that the new device features a 1.29Ghz processor, performing at pretty much the same speed as the iPhone 5S which runs at 1.30GHz (via @jfpoole). With a Geekbench score of 2512, the Retina iPad Mini is  running approximately 5X faster...

Geekbench Benchmarks For 2013 Retina MacBook Pro Models Show Up

Apple announced a major refresh to its Retina MacBook Pro lineup at yesterday’s media event and less than 24 hours later, the newest Apple notebooks have started showing up in Geekbench benchmarks. As noted by MacRumors, most of the benchmarks show approximately 4-10% higher performance than their predecessors, while the increased efficiency of Intel's Haswell chips is...

Samsung Cheats Again By Artificially Boosting Note 3’s Benchmark Scores

Back in July, Samsung was caught manipulating the Galaxy S4 to obtain repeatedly high results on certain benchmark tests and now, the Korean company appears to be artificially boosting the Galaxy Note 3's benchmark scores with a special, high-power CPU mode that kicks in only when the device runs popular benchmarking apps, according to ArsTechnica. Apple's marketing chief...

Benchmarks Reveal iPhone 5S GPU Is 2X Faster Than iPhone 5

During the iPhone 5S launch event, Apple claimed 2X performance increase over the iPhone 5 in CPU and GPU performance, and 40X over the original iPhone, with its latest flagship smartphone. According to GSMArena's benchmarks, it appears that Apple's next generation system-on-a-chip A7 64-bit processor is indeed twice as fast as the iPhone 5's A6 chip. "A...