A11 Insane Geekbench scores

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  1. d5aqoëp macrumors 6502a

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    The scores are slightly more than A10X of iPads.

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    Qualcomm, Samsung, Huawei and Mediatek are at least 3 years behind this kind of performance.
     
  2. eyoungren macrumors Core

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    Wonderful!

    I will be able to make faster phone calls, I will get my emails faster, my text messages will go through quicker and oh yeah web pages will load faster!

    Awesome!
     
  3. psynnott macrumors 6502

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    OK, who nicked Tim's iPhone X and ran a geekbench benchmark on it?
     
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  5. d5aqoëp thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Haha maybe Timmy himself ran it.
     
  6. michial macrumors 6502a

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    Curious to see the 8 Plus vs the X benchmarks. With the same A11/M11 and 3gb of ram but fewer pixels and less tech in face ID to process, my hunch is the 8 Plus may score better and run smoother.
     
  7. JPack macrumors 68040

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    Geekbench is independent of resolution.
     
  8. MaciMac100 macrumors 6502

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    Wow. No competion for performance. Intel, Samsung, they are all waaay behind :apple:.
     
  9. Sparky2012 macrumors 6502

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    Great single core score! Remember this is 6 cores at once though and in this case I think the iPad Pro 10.5" is more impressive due to it getting close to this with half the core count.
     
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  11. Significant1 macrumors 6502a

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    On the contrary. iPhone 6-6s-7-8 Plus render more pixels than X and scales it down.
    https://www.paintcodeapp.com/news/ultimate-guide-to-iphone-resolutions
     
  12. michial macrumors 6502a

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  13. Faelan macrumors regular

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    24MHz. That has got to be the most instruction efficient CPU ever created. Stand by for some serious overclocking!

    On a more serious note...

    It does make me wonder what kind of performance Apple could pull off if they made an ARM based Macbook. But man, the outcry if they ditched Intel... it would not be pretty.

    Now, what are we actually going to use all that power for? And the neural network part in the 8/8+ which is not being used for face ID? Is it just going to just sit there unused or... <insert conspiracy theory here>
     
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  15. Faelan macrumors regular

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    That's 3 times what I have in my 6+ *sigh*
     
  16. Nozuka macrumors 68020

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    it helps with battery life, if the CPU can go back to idle faster.
     
  17. sza, Sep 16, 2017
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    I have 6s, it has 2GB memory. I was expecting X has 4GB memory.
     
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  19. Sparky2012 macrumors 6502

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    From what I can tell from marketing, the Neural Engine will also do tasks such as speech recognition, machine learning, maybe the contextual predictive text of the keyboard - essentially any AI powered task. This is due to the Neural Engine doing it more efficiently and quicker than a CPU or GPU.
     
  20. _Kiki_ macrumors 6502a

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    still no Sling Shot Extreme results, Geekbench is meh.....
     

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