iPhone 6s web benchmarks

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by briand05, Sep 25, 2015.

  1. briand05 macrumors 6502

    Jan 23, 2005
    I just ran 3 web benchmarks on my 6s and the results blow everything else away! I have the results and comparisons to other phones from anandtech below. image.png image.png image.png image.png image.png image.png
  2. thunng8 macrumors 6502a

    Feb 8, 2006
    Very impressive and actually rivals laptops in performance.
  3. tidybc macrumors 6502

    Jun 19, 2010
  4. HippieMagic macrumors 6502

    Dec 21, 2011
    I have been legitimately impressed with the phone so far. It is significantly better than expected.
  5. Jsameds macrumors 68040

    Apr 22, 2008
    Hopefully this will help dispel the notion that Apple devices are underpowered. The 6S is the fastest phone on the market and will continue to be so into 2016.

    I still can't believe how poor Android's single core geekbench scores are - the two year old iPhone 5S still beats them all, and the 6S beats the majority of 8-core processors' multi core score with just two cores, mental!

  6. WilliamG macrumors G3

    Mar 29, 2008
    I cannot get over how fast the 6s is. It definitely feels laptop fast. Just. Awesome.
  7. briand05 thread starter macrumors 6502

    Jan 23, 2005
    Yeah it's funny because cpu/gpu performance is actually one of the iPhone's greatest advantages, and it's not just because the software and hardware is designed for each other. Apple's SOC's are just in another league compared to the rest of the industry. Qualcomm in particular has been a joke for this year especially with the overheating and underperforming 810.
  8. asleep macrumors 68040


    Sep 26, 2007

    1,772 7 vs. 4,041.0

    15,939 vs. 7,653

    919 vs. 604

    Ridiculous improvement!
  9. Cryates macrumors 68020


    Nov 19, 2013
    Chattanooga, TN
    Meanwhile, the Android nerds of the world clamor for octacore processors in their phone.
  10. mrex macrumors 68030


    Jul 16, 2014
    And do something else than watching just icons and folders on the home screen.
  11. iceperson macrumors 6502

    Mar 31, 2014
    Yes. HUGE improvement over the 6. Glad I waited.
  12. EthanNixon macrumors 6502a


    Sep 30, 2007
    New Jersey
    I actually laughed out loud and almost spit my drink out, not sure why.
  13. Truefan31 macrumors 68040


    Aug 25, 2012
    I actually wonder why most android devices struggle in the single core performance, where its most important. The phones with 6, 8, even what 10 cores yet in the area where it matters most it's behind. And now with these 6s improvements the gap is even further. It's even more evident on gpu benchmarks too. The supposed underspecced, underpowered iPhone is literally giving laptop like power, being compared to a surface pro 3 lol.

    I read about samsungs ufs and others talked about how bleeding edge it was and how fast it was. Now I read Apple basically one upped everyone with their new controller. It's impressive.

    I wonder how powerful the iPad pro is.
  14. lagwagon, Sep 30, 2015
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2015

    lagwagon Suspended


    Oct 12, 2014
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    More cores means weaker single core. I don't have a link, but it's been somewhat proven that more cores can hurt performance more in many cases than just haveing 2-3 cores. There is a tipping point to where you can have too many. The whole 8 cores phones on the Android side are like everything else on that side. They are fighting a stupid spec war to sell products, because a lot of people see more in the spec sheets and assume more = better.

    The funniest thing was that phone announced not too long ago with a 4K display that has like 800 ppi. When all the tech guys at the event for it got around the tables to look at them. They all jaw dropped and said "omg this screen is so good and destroys any 1080p phone." Only to soon after be told the phones they were looking at and holding were 1080p phones and the 4K models were in another area behind glass and not allowed to get hands on.

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