Geekbench výsledky naznačují, že iPhone 7 překonává současné 12.9-Inch iPad Pro
We’ve seen alleged Geekbench reports before – screenshots that turned out to be falešný – but emerging so close to the phone’s unveiling and appearing on the PrimateLabs site, this one may have more legitimacy to it.
The device is identified as an “iPhone9,3”, which may refer to a third model of iPhone 7, given that the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus carry the hardware strings “iPhone8,1” and “iPhone8,2”, respectively. And yet the RAM for the device is stated as 2GB, whereas previous rumors imply that the iPhone 7 Plus will get RAM 3GB, suggesting this is a 4.7-inch device.
The scores indicate significant performance gains owing to the A10 chip expected to feature in the iPhone 7. If the results are legitimate, a single-core score of 3379 and multi-core score of 5495 show that a 400MHz A10 processor easily beats the performance of the A9 in the iPhone 6s Plus, which scores 2490 a 4341, V uvedeném pořadí.
Interestingly, the report says the handset is running a future version of iOS 10 (10.1) that has yet to be seeded to developers, implying that the test was conducted internally, apparently with full knowledge that the results would become public.
As noted, suspension of belief is advised without any official confirmation, but we shouldn’t have to wait long before more concrete results begin appearing in the wild.
Apple is expected to reveal its new iPhones tomorrow, along with a second-generation Apple Watch, and refreshed Beats products. Apple should also provide final release dates for iOS 10, MacOS Sierra, tvOS 10, a Watch 3, and it may have other product and service updates to announce.