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Benchmarks from Apple’s next-gen processor just leaked and it’s scary how powerful it is

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.
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