On the eve of the launch of the new iPhone, the rumoured A13 processor just showed up on the GeekBench 4.4 database. This must be because of some reviewer testing it out or maybe Apple’s internal team must have tested the device.
The device is code-named iPhone 12,1. It may be the so-called iPhone 11, which is an iterative model of the iPhone XR or iPhone XR 2019 as you may like to call it.
Here’s a closer look the leaked score:
From what’s easily discernible from the GeekBench listing we know now that this is a 6-core ARM architecture processor with a base frequency of 2.66GHz, a single-core score of 5,415 points and a multi-core score of 11,294 points.
In addition, the “iPhone 11” runs on a 4 GB RAM platform with an iOS 13.1 system.
Back to performance, the base frequency has increased by 6.8% compared to the A2’s 2.49GHz, the single-core score increased by 12% compared to the A12 typical average of 4796 points, and the multi-core is basically flat.
There are also keen-eyed people who noticed that the motherboard ID N104AP has some changes. The L1 cache and the L2 cache capacity are reduced compared to the A12 Bionic chipset. This may be caused by GeekBench 4’s inability to judge the new chipset platform that has not been optimized yet to be easily distinguishable.
Previously, it was reported that the A13 processor will be standard on three new iPhones, and the new matrix co-processing unit will be used for complex calculations. The RAM of the iPhone 11 Pro model is expected to be increased to 6GB.
So guys what do you think would the new iPhone be able to maintain a huge lead over the Snapdragon chips and other chips from Qualcomm and from other Mobile chipset makers? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!
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