The iPhone 5 was unveiled a few days ago. Here are the first Geekbench results for the sixth-generation iPhone brought to you buy 9to5mac. The total score was 1601. Before this, no iDevice has crossed the 800 mark, including the iPad.
However, these results may not hold true as the iPhone 5 hasn’t been released public yet. But considering its 9to5mac, it’s really possible.
You might be wondering if there’s any other smartphone that can match this score. Yes, the biggest rival of iPhone 5 – Samsung Galaxy S3, has a score of 1588. There were recent talks that Apple designed the A6 chip themselves partially. If that’s true, there may come a time when they start creating their own CPUs for Macs.
iPhone 5 Benchmark test
|iPhone 5 Geekbench Score|
As can be seen from the image above, the iPhone 5 surpasses it’s the previous versions in every way. Let’s just hope these Geekbench results hold ground when the actual device hits the market. Most of you would like a powerful device wouldn’t you?