Apple's new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are far and away the most powerful smartphones the world has seen thus far. In terms of both raw benchmark test scores on paper and real-world performance, Apple's latest mobile devices outshine every other phone on the market. In fact, they're even more powerful than Apple's latest iPad Pro tablets, which is no small feat.
As powerful as they already are though, Apple is constantly working on next-generation products, looking to make them better and faster than their predecessors.
A benchmark test performed on an iPhone 6 Plus running Apple's latest iOS 9 beta puts numbers to the upcoming operating system's Low Power mode, which throttles down processor performance to preserve battery life.
The iPhone doesn’t seem like it should be the most powerful mobile device money can buy when compared to top Android devices. On paper, many of them offer better specs. However, in real-life tests and benchmarks, the iPhone always s...
Enthusiastic Android fans have historically relied pretty heavily on benchmark test scores when making the case against Apple’s iPhone lineup. This “fight” is ridiculous to begin with, of course, but relying on benchmark scores that...
The source that purportedly had the A10 chip benchmarked pre-iPhone 7 release claims to have a device with an "A10X" processor, destined for for a refreshed iPad Pro line.