Geekbench tests after iOS 9.1?

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  1. silverblack macrumors 68030

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    Did anyone run any geekbench tests after upgrading to iOS 9.1? I wondered if there are any differences compared to iOS 9.0.2...
     
  2. alexbarrera08 macrumors newbie

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    Here you go... Pretty much the same for me.

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  3. silverblack thread starter macrumors 68030

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    A third grader on Reddit got an extra 44 seconds of battery with a TSMC chip on 9.1. HURRY TO TEH APPLE STAWR AND DMAND SATISFACSHUN!!!
     
  5. oplix Suspended

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    This is not a normal score. You should be seeing at least 2850 on multicore
     
  6. alexbarrera08 macrumors newbie

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    Well, geekbench actually means nothing... For me the phone is super fast, battery live is pretty good, so for me, I'm very pleased with my phone.
     
  7. oplix Suspended

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    Um actually it means exactly what it says it does. It does a set of tests and determines the score based on the time required to perform them. I'm going to trust synthetic benchmarks over someone's "perception" of performance.
     
  8. alexbarrera08 macrumors newbie

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    So you already have one iPhone 6S Plus, and you are telling me that yours is better than mine, because the benchmark say so?... Well I prefer to use it and give you my perception over my phone according my usage...
     
  9. alexbarrera08 macrumors newbie

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    Additionally, I don't know how do you think that 2800 is a score for this 6S Plus, In geekbench site, this are the average score for iPhone 6S and 6S Plus and 2500 is pretty standard...
     

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    2850 is a average score for an iPhone 6 . 6+ should be over 3000 easily.
     
  11. alexbarrera08 macrumors newbie

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    I guess we are in a misunderstanding here, on MULTI-CORE, the scores are around 4300-4500, and in SINGLE-CORE the scores are between 2300-2500, the iPhone 6 Plus, was 2800 on Multi-Core, so, in this tests, the geekbench results for iPhone 6S Plus, are almost the double.
     
  12. Apples n' Stone macrumors 6502a

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    According to the comprison the average for the 6 Plus is 2880, so where this 3000 mallarcky has come from I strongly suspect is from the junior hoilet.
     
  13. alexbarrera08 macrumors newbie

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    I guess he was confused with single and multi core score... But 6S Plus is showing a really good score, and it surely reflects in daily usage.
     
  14. Apples n' Stone macrumors 6502a

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    I see this, but over 3000 would not be the multi-core either?
     
  15. alexbarrera08 macrumors newbie

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    Well for 6 Plus, it was between 2800-2900, for 6S Plus is between 4300-4500...
     
  16. Genkakuzai macrumors regular

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    This. He's clearly confused.
     
  17. Apples n' Stone macrumors 6502a

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    Yep, I am trying to work out where he has got the 3000 figure for the 6 Plus from!
     
  18. Rackness01 macrumors member

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    It is typical for the forums arguments mearly for the sake of argument.
     
  19. rantor49 macrumors regular

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    And he's seeing over 4000 on multicore. You must be confused.
     
  20. oplix Suspended

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    Ya that's my fault I was pretty tired making the reply didn't see it was the multiscore
     

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