Wait! Wait! Okay, now it’s time to talk about it with some clarity. I have written about a few of the important things about the next Generation iPhone: the iPhone 5. It’s a general behavior when people get something new to all start comparing it. They do this by their own personal liking and disliking.
When the iPhone 5 was launched, I said let’s give it some more time. Let it come into market. Let it be checked by experts. Give this smartphone some time, then decide which commentary is really right and which is wrong.
The people of AnandTech ran some tests to check the performance of the iPhone 5, which Apple claims will have a 2x increase in performance as compared to the older version. Those test also brought some other interesting and exciting facts about this new smartphone.
As we all know, the iPhone 5 is supported by Apple’s custom designed dual core A6 chip. You can observe the test results and see that the CPU runs at a flexible frequency, ranging from 800MH to 1.2GHz.
The other results of these tests may excite a lot of people; the iPhone 5 achieved extra points when compared with other available smartphones.
So let us discuss those factors and interesting facts:
Testing the “BrowserMark” we can see that iPhone 5 performance is twice as good as the old version i.e. iPhone 4S. Now, if you observe the iPhone 5 with other phones, the performance is obvious.
Comparison of the iPhone 4S’ Geekbench with the iPhone 5:
According to Source; “The three core GPU included in the A6 chip was also tested using the GLBenchmark 2.5 suite. The suite tests GPU performance by rendering a standard set of scenes using OpenGL ES 2.0 on or off the screen. Here are the results”: