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2019 MacBook Pro 2.4 GHz 8-Core i9 Geekbench and Thermal Tests Surface [VIDEO]

Geekbench performance results for Apple’s latest 2019 MacBook Pro with Intel's 9th-generation 8-core Core i9 processor have just appeared on the Geekbench website and from the looks of it, it appears the notebook is almost 30% faster than its 2018 predecessor (via Reddit). Geekbench 4 tests on a “MacBookPro15,3” reveal a multi-core score of 29184. Last year’s fastest...

Geekbench Data Shows Old Batteries are Slowing Down iPhones

According to John Poole, the Toronto-based founder of Primate Labs, Apple seems to be limiting the processing speed on phones with older batteries. Citing benchmark data from his company’s industry leading performance analysis software Geekbench, Poole says that some kind of software limitation is restricting certain iPhones with older batteries to a slower processor speed. It was highlighted by...

Geekbench 4 for iOS is Currently a Free Download Until Nov. 27

Geekbench 4 for iOS is currently a free download in the App Store, normally priced at $1.39 CAD. The discount is part of the app’s Black Friday sale, until November 27th. A11 Bionic in iPhone X slaying older devices Geekbench is made by Canadian developer Primate Labs, based out of Toronto, and is popular among...

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...

Benchmark Shootout: 2017 iPad Pro Vs. 2017 MacBook Pro

We’ve already seen a teardown of Apple’s all new iPad Pro released earlier this month at WWDC, as well as its unboxing and first impressions revealing that the performance of the new A10X Fusion chip is extraordinarily fast. Now, the folks over at BareFeats have published a bunch of performance benchmarks, comparing the 2017 iPad Pro...

Alleged ‘iPhone 7 Plus’ Geekbench Score Shows Big Leap

As pointed out by PhoneArena, an alleged benchmark for the 'iPhone 7 Plus’ has just appeared on Geekbench showing the dual-core A10 of iPhone9,3 hit a single-core score of 3379, which is a significant jump from the 2526 single-core score of the iPhone 6s Plus. Comparing the score with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, its Exynos 8890 managed a single-core...

Geekbench 3 Benchmarks for Early 2015 MacBook Airs, 13″ MacBook Pro [PICS]

Toronto-based John Poole, the founder of Primate Labs, has posted Geekbench 3 results for Apple’s early 2015 MacBook Airs and 13-inch MacBook Pro refresh, which contain Intel’s new Broadwell processors. Check out the single-core multi-core benchmark charts for the MacBook Air below, which Poole had this to say: Single-core performance has increased 6% from Haswell...

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...

2014 MacBook Air Benchmarks Reveal Minor Performance Improvements

Apple released the new MacBook Air only yesterday, but the new units have already been subjected to stress tests, which reveal a slight performance improvement compared to the 2013 models, due to the processor update. The Geekbench test results were published on Primate Labs’ Geekbench Browser, showing that the MacBook Air 6.1 is powered by...

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...