Apple M2 benchmarks have confirmed a 20% speed boost over the older M1 chip. Here's everything you need to know about this.
Here's Huawei Mate 20 Pro Kirin 980 Vs iPhone XS A12 Bionic benchmarks comparison is out. Here is who comes out on top.
If you were waiting for some early Xbox One X benchmarks to actually determine a solid interest in the hardware, then you will be pleasantly surprised with the metrics posted online.
Here's Samsung Galaxy S8 Vs Apple iPhone 7 Plus head-to-head real-world speed test and benchmarks comparison.
Popular benchmarking app Geekbench has been updated to version 4 for iOS and Android, and can be downloaded right now for free. Here's what's new.
Here's a Geekbench benchmarks score comparison between Apple's 2016 12-inch MacBook vs Apple's 2015 12-inch MacBook model. The tool used runs a series of tests and outputs a score based on a device's performance characteristics, allowing devices to be compared with one another.
Suspicion, speculation and good old fashioned controversy is never far away in the smartphone industry. Companies like Samsung, HTC and Apple are always keen to let the public know how well their hardware performs in areas that matter most to the consumer. One of the accepted methods of documenting and listing that performance is by running the hardware through a well-known benchmarking text. Futuremark - the Finnish development team behind 3DMark for Android - has announced that it suspects Samsung and HTC of cheating the benchmark tests to produce favorable results, and as such has delisted the offending handsets.
A number of new research studies into the effectiveness, responsiveness and overall quality of smartphone and tablet touchscreens has found that Apple Inc. is still leading the pack. Mobile ad company Agawi has been putting a number of popular iOS and Android devices through their paces in an attempt to measure the performance of the touchscreen technology on the device, with the results putting the fruit company way ahead of the competition.
If you thought that the iPhone 5 was fast with its 1.02GHz dual-core A6 chip, wait till you hear this! According to the very latest reports, the processor has a much higher clock speed (than previously reported) that further pushes it ahead in benchmarks.
The iPhone 5 is set for a general public release in two days time, and overnight, we have started to see some reviews being published from those who were lucky enough to get their hands on the review and testing units. The reviews are obviously a great resource for people who are considering exchanging their hard earned cash for an iPhone 5, but there will also be a lot of people who are wondering about the actual performance of the device when using it in a real-world environment for everyday tasks.