Predict the Geekbench score of the iPhone Pro 2017

Higher than 4000 for single core ?


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DBZmusicboy01

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Sep 30, 2011
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(iPhone Pro) Because supposedly it's going to have high power quad cores and low power quad cores
Single - 4850
Multi - 8400

(iPhone 7S)
Single - 4150
Multi - 6600

If the iPhone Pro starts at more than $1000.
Than it truly has to be for Professional use.
Augmented reality photo/video editing and 3D facial ID scanning.
 

Infiniverse48

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Jun 28, 2017
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There is no 'iPhone Pro'. There will never be an iPhone named 'Pro'. It makes absolutely no sense in any way and never would.

The scores for the iPhone 7s and the iPhone (new marketing term) will be identical. They are all using A11.
 

NBAasDOGG

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May 27, 2017
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(iPhone Pro) Because supposedly it's going to have high power quad cores and low power quad cores
Single - 4850
Multi - 8400

(iPhone 7S)
Single - 4150
Multi - 6600

If the iPhone Pro starts at more than $1000.
Than it truly has to be for Professional use.
Augmented reality photo/video editing and 3D facial ID scanning.
What makes you think the Apple will make two separete chips for the coming iPhones this year? Is it something that you have ever seen in Apple's history of chip manufacturing? It will be A11 for all phones...
And I hope you do realize that manufacturing two chips at ones is more expansive than a single chip!
 

DBZmusicboy01

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Sep 30, 2011
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What makes you think the Apple will make two separete chips for the coming iPhones this year? Is it something that you have ever seen in Apple's history of chip manufacturing? It will be A11 for all phones...
And I hope you do realize that manufacturing two chips at ones is more expansive than a single chip!
Because the iPhone Pro is going to have more demanding features.
 

yanksfan114

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Jul 30, 2011
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Because the iPhone Pro is going to have more demanding features.
There is nothing really more demanding that the iPhone '8' will do over the '7S'. The only thing I can think of would be AR kit but it's supported back to to the 6S so all the phones will run it just fine. 3D scanning isn't anything the current A10 couldn't handle either.

As for your question,
The new A10X benches at ~3950 single, and ~9300 multi.

Since the new iPhones will have the A11 (they'll most likely all share the same SoC), I'll predict it upping the A10X by going ~4300 single and ~10000 multi. Which is freaking insane btw.
 

MrX8503

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Sep 19, 2010
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All iPhone models will have the same chip. Apple won't make an exclusive chip for the pro model.

Looking back at history, the A11 will probably outperform the A10X. So we're looking at a phone that's faster than the iPad Pro.
 

aakshey

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Jun 13, 2016
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I can’t say.

Most likely 7500ish. But in the rare possibility they have more cores than the iPhone 7 then 9000ish.