Posts Tagged ‘Benchmarks’

Early Geekbench benchmark results for the 2020 MacBook Air refresh are in and they show considerable improvements in speed over 2018 models.

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Apple’s next 13-inch MacBook Pro machines are likely to use Intel’s new line of 10th generation Ice Lake processors, according to a new report.

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Apple updated its 13-inch MacBook Pro earlier this week, adding a Touch Bar and new Intel 8th generation quad-core CPUs in the process. Now early benchmarks of those new computers are starting to appear online and it looks promising indeed.

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The Oppo Find X and F7 smartphones have been found to be cheating benchmarking apps, and have been de-listed from 3DMark. Here are the details.

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Latest iPhone XS / XS Max benchmarks put Apple’s performance claims to test. Here’s everything you need to know.

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After next year’s iPhone X, we now have what could be a new 2018 MacBook Pro refresh specs appearing in Geekbench benchmark results, dubbed the MacBookPro15,2.

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It would appear that at least one of the 2018 iPhones may have been outed by a Geekbench score, with details regarding its performance and RAM having been laid bare.

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ARM has today taken the wraps off of its latest mobile CPU, the Cortex A76, and if a new set of benchmarks rating the high-end chip with the iPhone and Android handsets are anything to go by, Apple can rest easy.

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Here’s a comparison of iPhone benchmark / performance scores for the iOS 11.2.2 Spectre CPU security update versus iOS 11.1.2.

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This video shows iPhone performance benchmark test following batterygate drama on iOS 11.2.1 Vs iOS 11.2.5 Vs 10.3.3 Vs 9.3.5 Vs 8.4.1.

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Here are Galaxy S9 Vs iPhone X early benchmarks comparison after results of what is rumored to be either the Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+ popped up on the Geekbench site.

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Benchmarking company Futuremark set out to debunk the myth that Apple deliberately makes its older devices slower via software updates. This is what they found.

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