iPhone X Crazy antutu speed!post yours

Drago94

macrumors newbie
Mar 17, 2018
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Hi to everyone, I would like to ask you if you tried the new Antutu Bnechmark on iPhone X?
How was your score?
 

aakshey

macrumors 68020
Jun 13, 2016
2,243
912
135k on my iPhone X. Not on Low Power Mode.

Geekbench is 4200 / 10300.
 

gahig ulo

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Nov 11, 2017
581
146
riverside california
Hi to everyone, I would like to ask you if you tried the new Antutu Bnechmark on iPhone X?
How was your score?
This score is after the update v7+
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135k on my iPhone X. Not on Low Power Mode.

Geekbench is 4200 / 10300.
Try updating your app first and please report back just dont play games before performing the benchmark
 

aakshey

macrumors 68020
Jun 13, 2016
2,243
912
This score is after the update v7+
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Try updating your app first and please report back just dont play games before performing the benchmark
Ya. Everything’s up to date.

I even restart my phone and close all apps and clear my memory before I do the test.

I usually score between 135k to 160k.
 

aakshey

macrumors 68020
Jun 13, 2016
2,243
912
The last time I checked:

181k

If on charger then 190k plus.

But still lower than normal.
 

aakshey

macrumors 68020
Jun 13, 2016
2,243
912
I followed your advice.

Used my iPhone X sparingly over the last few hours.

Got 240k this time. :)
 

Piggie

macrumors G3
Feb 23, 2010
8,388
2,744
This is what I'm finding so very very very sad.

The iPhone has so much power, and will only get faster and faster, and yet, due to marketing reasons, and perhaps design/hardware abilities on Apple's side. This power is just wasted.

How about something like a switch concept, where Apple make a dock, and you plug in your iPhone for full screen gaming with a proper controller.
Or something like Samsung, where, again, you place in a dock, in front of a monitor, keyboard, mouse and use it as a full computer.

Given speed increases both these scenarios could work in the future and be the only computing device many people will ever need.

It's just Apple's willpower to make it happen
 
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