Apple’s new iPhone 11 Pro has appeared in benchmark Geekbench. The result shows the device to be around 15% faster than the iPhone XS that it replaces, as well as packing 4GB of RAM.

While Geekbench scores have been faked in the past, the A13 Bionic chip used in the new phone is said to be the fastest Apple has made yet. That would mean a speed increase of some sort, with 15% being reasonable.

The suggestion that the iPhone 11 Pro has 4GB of RAM in it may be more problematic, however.

Renowned leaker, OnLeaks, has also tweeted today saying that the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max both have 6GB of RAM inside. If that’s the case, either this Geekbench score is fake, or the software is misreading something.

As for the scores themselves, they’re certainly impressive with a single-core score of 5,472. Multi-core-wise the phone scored 13,769, which is also nice and high. For comparison, the iPhone XS managed 4780 and 11250, respectively.

OnLeaks also tweeted what they believe to be the battery capacities for the new phones, with the iPhone 11 Pro having a slightly larger capacity than the iPhone 11. All three new iPhones are said to have much improved battery life compared with last year’s releases, although we’ll have to see how those claims translate into real world usage.

The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max all go on sale on September 20th with pre-orders going live tomorrow.

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